Frederick Fisher, architect
Fisher has organized this first monograph of his work into three thematic sections, "Art Space, " "Dwelling Space, " and "Spiritual Space, " each containing a short essay and descriptions of individual projects, illustrated with photographs, plans, and drawings. Among the thirty works in this volume are Fisher's clean, light-filled structures for the L.A. Louver Gallery in Venice, California; P.S.1, The Institute for Contemporary Art, in New York; houses in California, Idaho, and Pennsylvania, a Buddhist monastery in California; and experimental projects such as an Earthquake Bed and a solar crematory.
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