Mobile Homes by Famous Architects

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Pomegranate, 2002 - Architecture - 64 pages
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Practicing architect Schaefer whimsically combines the mobile home with the history of architecture, presenting 29 drawings from Egyptian obilisks being toted by bearers (the mobilisk) to a version of Frank Gehry's most famous building on wheels (Guggenheim Cruise-Seum). Accompanying text combin
 

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User Review  - janepriceestrada - LibraryThing

This is a very funny book of famous buildings made mobile. There are some great drawings which capture both elements of the architectural building which is being represented and its trailer/RV rendition. Read full review

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User Review  - janemarieprice - LibraryThing

This is a very funny book of famous buildings made mobile. There are some great drawings which capture both elements of the architectural building which is being represented and its trailer/RV rendition. Read full review

Contents

Preface by R V Parke
4
About the Author
5
Mobilisk
6
Parcopolis
8
The Imperial Forum Trailerini
10
Salisbury Cathedroll
12
Traileretto
14
Villa Tornadio
16
Baker Roamitory
36
Vanna Venturi Wheeled Ranch
38
Trailer del Mondi
40
The Smith SplitHouse
42
Neue Haustrailerie
44
Trailer Jarts
46
Casa Mobilino
48
Thorncrown QuadAxle Chapel
50

Ames HorseFree PullLibrary
18
Cart a Bunglo
20
Crystal HaulPalace
22
Robie Road Abode
24
Ramble House
26
Steiner Yard Ornament Center
28
Doppel Mobilhaus
30
Motor Dame du Haut
32
Farnsworth Castered Domicile
34
Piazza dOublewide
52
Dolphin Doublewide
54
Pyramid du Trailevre
56
Wexner Renter
58
Petronas Trailers
60
Guggenheim CruiseSeum
62
Bibliography
64
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About the author (2002)

Schaecher studied architecture at Ball State University. Currently a registered architect working Indianapolis, Indiana, he moonlights as a cartoonist.

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