The Good Home: Interiors and Exteriors

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HBI, 2001 - Architecture - 239 pages
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Filled with lush photography that illustrates the warm details that make a home, The Good Home is about the details needed to deliver just that. Whether your home is a renovation or a new construction, a small space or a large one, in the city or in the country, The Good Home provides ideas and inspiration so inviting it's hard to put down. Included are exquisite photography, drawings and elevations within a wide variety of styles in a portfolio of 13 homes. This timeless, now classic collection of examples provides guidance and inspiration for all those who endeavor to live in their own Good Home.

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About the author (2001)

In 1998 The New York Times declared Dennis Wedlick a "rising star in architecture." This rise has continued with the growing success of his firm, Dennis Wedlick Architect LLC, (www.denniswedlick.com). Known for creating striking, sustainable homes and buildings, the firm has received national recognition from the media and the design community. The author of The Good Home, Designing the Good Home, and Good House Parts, Wedlick also lectures around the country on subjects ranging from specific architectural styles to sustainable design.

Philip Langdon has written on houses and design for many national magazines, including The Atlantic Monthly, Landscape Architecture, Home, and Planning. A former senior editor of Progressive Architecture, he is the author of several books, including American Houses and A Better Place to Live: Reshaping the American Suburb. With Steve Thomas, he co-authored This Old House Kitchens and This Old House Bathrooms. Langdon lives in New Haven, Connecticut.

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