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A.A. Knopf, 1993 - Interior decoration - 190 pages
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Here are ecologically sound approaches to energy and materials, and information about the computer-programmed house. This series (with eight pages of international sources) is witty, playful, and instructive, and defines the standard--real design for real life in the 1990s. 150 full-color photographs.

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The series title suggests that these books will show the reader how to shed the excesses of the 1980s and move into a simpler 1990s lifestyle. However, editors Gross, former fashion editor at Town ... Read full review

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Gross is co-owner of the SoHo design firm Chic Simple Design.

Iovine writes on architecture and design for the New York Times.

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