Gwathmey Siegel: Buildings and Projects 1965-2000
Universe Pub., Jan 1, 2000 - Architecture - 240 pages
The international residential, commercial, and institutional work that positioned this New York firm among the world's architectural elite is featured in this volume, which takes an unprecedented look at Gwathmey Siegel's contributions over the last 35 years. More than 30 projects are documented in photographs, drawings, and descriptions. From Charles Gwathmey's design and construction of Gwathmey Studio and House to the Levitt Center for University Advancement at the University of Iowa, this is the most complete survey of the firm's work published. It reveals the Gwathmey Siegel design philosophy and certifies why their work, along with that of Frank Gehry, Robert Stern, and Richard Meier, is the most powerful in American architecture.
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Gwathmey Siegel: buildings and projects, 1992-2002User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Rizzoli's second volume on this firm's work (after Gwathmey Siegel: Buildings and Projects, 1982-1992) begins with an ambiguous statement by the firm's principals, Charles Gwathmey and Robert ... Read full review