American house now: contemporary architectural directions

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Universe Pub., Sep 7, 2002 - Architecture - 256 pages
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An updated and expanded edition of the hugely successful 1997 book American House Now, this richly illustrated volume showcases twenty-six of the most extraordinary examples of residential architecture designed in the United States in the last twenty years. The collection represents established American architects, such as Richard Meier and Charles Gwathmey; such internationally known contemporaries as Stephen Holl, Mark Mack, and Arquitectonica; and newcomers Carlos Zapata and UKZ. Superb exterior and interior photographs, as well as plans of each house, are accompanied by individual essays and captions.

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About the author (2002)

Susan Doubilet, an architect, was a senior editor at Progressive Architecture magazine for many years. She continues to publish articles and books on the subject of architecture.

Daralice Boles is also a former senior editor at Progressive Architecture. She writes extensively about architecture and other cultural subjects.