Albert Frey House 1 + 2 Slipcase

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Princeton Architectural Press, 1998 - Architecture - 82 pages
This monograph showcases two houses architect Albert Frey built for himself in the Southern California desert. In keeping with Frey's principles of paralleling the simplicity of nature in his work, both houses have a modern aesthetic, but are fully incorporated into their natural surroundings.

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