The Gamble House: Building Paradise in California

 
9780692435205: The Gamble House: Building Paradise in California

For more than a century the Gamble House has stood on a promontory overlooking the Arroyo Seco, a thin riverbed that meanders down from the San Gabriel Mountains through Pasadena, California. For much of that time the house has been open to the public. More than a million visitors have toured the house since it became an architectural site in 1966. They come for a variety of reasons, but primarily to appreciate the uncommon mixture of art and craft that is the hallmark of architects Charles and Henry Greene. That they have arrived in such numbers for so long is a testament to the vision of the designers, the skill of their craftsmen-builders, and the fruitful connection they had with their clients. This book by photographer Alex Vertikoff officially launches the first full-length book ever published on The Gamble House.

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Ann Scheid; Anne E. Mallek; Edward R Bosley; Robert Winter
Edité par The Gamble House, USC School of Architecture, CityFiles Pres January 2015 (2015)
ISBN 10 : 0692435204 ISBN 13 : 9780692435205
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Description du livre The Gamble House, USC School of Architecture, CityFiles Pres January 2015, 2015. Hardcover. État : New. For more than a century the Gamble House has stood on a promontory overlooking the Arroyo Seco, a thin riverbed that meanders down from the San Gabriel Mountains through Pasadena, California. For much of that time the house has been open to the public. More than a million visitors have toured the house since it became an architectural site in 1966. They come for a variety of reasons, but primarily to appreciate the uncommon mixture of art and craft that is the hallmark of architects Charles and Henry Greene. That they have arrived in such numbers for so long is a testament to the vision of the designers, the skill of their craftsmen-builders, and the fruitful connection they had with their clients. N° de réf. du libraire 210676

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