Since 1976, David M. Schwarz/Architectural Services has established an international reputation for acutely sensitive urbanism, architecture, historic preservation, interiors, furniture, and decorative arts, reinvigorating the notion of a comprehensive design practice against the currents of ever-contracting professional specialization. From its early years completing commercial and residential commissions, the firm has extended its portfolio to health-care, institutional, cultural, academic, and sports architecture while resolving physical issues of increasing complexity in urban and, more recently, suburban environments. This book presents a retrospective of the firm's work over its first 25 years. From its first office and apartment developments in the firm's hometown of Washington, D.C., to its progressive but tradition-steeped designs in Texas of the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall and the Ballpark in Arlington, to its landmark Environmental Sciences Center at Yale University, the firm makes its priorities clear.
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