Steven Ehrlich architects

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Rizzoli International Publications, 1998 - Architecture - 231 pages
Steven Ehrlich Architects. One of an emerging group of important young architects from Southern California, Steven Ehrlich explores the vitality of serene yet kinetic forms and spaces, the richness of texture and materials, and the relationship of architecture to community. The work of Steven Ehrlich Architects is distinctly modern, yet informed by the simplicity and directness of vernacular forms and a vigorous sensitivity to the urban conditions of the "Pacific Century." Their designs represent the intersection of cultural influences as diverse as traditional African mud construction, the ancient Chinese discipline of feng shui, and California's Latino community.

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Joseph Giovanni is a practicing New York - based architect and a widely published critic.

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