The Empire State Building. Fallingwater. The Walt Disney Concert Hall. Rediscover these American treasures—and discover the engrossing stories of the colorful individuals whose designs made them possible—in Architecture: Celebrating the Past, Designing the Future. This lavishly illustrated, eminently readable book commemorates 150 years of the American Institute of Architects, taking readers behind the scenes for an unprecedented look at the role of architecture and architects in society. Contributors include architect Thom Mayne, scholar James Steele, journalist Paul Goldberger, and many other leading voices. With up-close looks at works by Frank Gehry, Mies van der Rohe, Zaha Hadid, Eero Sarinen, Frank Lloyd Wright, and other masters, Architecture: Celebrating the Past, Designing the Future is a must-have for anyone interested in architecture
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Nancy B. Solomon, AIA, is a respected architect and journalist. As editor of Architecture: Celebrating the Past, Designing the Future, she has gathered the works of more than 70 distinguished contributors for this volume, including architects, scholars, editors, and critics. She lives in Washington, DC. Robert Ivey is the Editorial Director of Architectural Record.Review:
"This is the architecture coffee table book to end all coffee table books. But is it any good? It just so happens, it is terrific". --Ian Volner, May 2009 Architectural Record
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