New Classicists: Wadia Associates, Residential Architecture of Distinction

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Images Publishing, 2007 - Architecture - 256 pages
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This latest volume in the New Classicists series offers an enticing glimpse of the exquisite work of Dinyar Wadia. While remaining loyal to traditional classical design, Wadia's finely detailed residences display a remarkable versatility and adaptability within the classical language of architecture. His work is characterised by a passion for excellent detailing, use of fine material and exceptional workmanship, always emphasizing the integral relationship between the home and its surrounding landscape. As revealed in the breathtaking array of homes featured in this volume, each residence is distinctive for its refined elegance and seamless incorporation into the landscape. Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales. Introduction by Paul Gunther, President of The Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America.
While remaining loyal to traditional classical design, Wadia's finely detailed residences display a remarkable versatility and adaptability within the classical language of architecture. His work is characterised by a passion for excellent detailing, use of fine materials and exceptional workmanship, always emphasising the integral relationship between the home and its surrounding landscape.

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About the author (2007)

Steven McLeod Bedford is an architectural historian and a practicing architect in New York.
William L. MacDonald, previously professor at Yale University and Smith College, is author of the renowned three-volume" Architecture of the Roman Empire "and other titles.
Jonathan Wallen is the photographer of Rizzoli's forthcoming "Houses of McKim, Mead & White."

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