Wayne L. Good Architect: Tradition, Elegance, Repose

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Images Publishing, 2004 - Architecture - 128 pages
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Established in 1986, Good Architecture is primarily engaged in the design of the private American house. Directed by Wayne L. Good, the firm's work is guided by a profound belief in the dynamic and enduring qualities of traditional and classically inspired domestic architecture as a basis for contemporary design. Each project contributes to the firm's quest to understand the unique characteristics that distinguish the American house from all others. Often asked to build on sites with historic significance, the firm's architecture is characterized by a strong connection to place and a distinct dialogue with history. Wayne Good's houses are widely recognized for the skill with which he composes each client's unique vision into an exquisite architectural portrait of their personal dreams, memories and personality. Although there is a common thread that runs through the firm's work, it is the obvious lack of a pronounced 'signature style' in the outward appearance of each project which reflects most cl
 

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