Wood Architecture Now! Volume 2 by Philip Jodidio
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- With its mild climate, endless surf, and amazing views of the Andes, Chile is an ideal destination for nature lovers.
The latest in Taschen’s ever-growing Architecture Now! series (does Philip Jodidio ever sleep?), this volume takes us on a fantastic visual voyage around the world to some of the most stunning structures designed for dwelling: Cantilevered quarters jut out from fields in front of mountain quarries, stone residences emerge from rocky silhouetted cliffs, and modern glass palaces disappear into the horizon of the seas they overlook. We love these modern houses so much you might recognize some straight from the pages (and covers) of Dwell, like the Floating House by MOS.
- Philip Jodidio's new book visits innovative projects across the globe, investigating the ingenuity of small-scale design.
- From Stuttgart, Germany to Iwaki City, Japan, we take a look at 15 of the most extraordinarily-designed libraries.
- September 21–24 marks Semana Carlos Motta, or Carlos Motta Week, with a series of New York events to celebrate the work of the Brazilian architect and furniture designer known for his use of…
- This week, the American Institute of Architects' Committe on the Environment (COTE) announced its Top Ten Green Projects.
- I just got a wonderful new book in the mail today concerning famous archtiects and their personal collections of books.
- Berkeley, California-based architect Don Hisaka is getting the royal treatment in Cleveland these days with an exhibit of his Ohioan work of the 60s, 70s, and 80s in the show Don Hisaka: The…