5 Books on Architecture

A list of five books on architecture we've read and reviewed.
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Michael G. Imber: Ranches, Villas, and Houses

Photography Courtesy Michael G. Imber, Architects

Michael G. Imber: Ranches, Villas, and Houses
In Michael G. Imber: Ranches, Villas, and Houses, we see how a unique outlook and design process produces some of the most sublime structures on the American architectural landscape. Read more...

creating a vertical garden

The Great American House
Gil Schafer's first book, The Great American House: Tradition for the Way We Live Now, gives a first-hand, personal look at the firm's restorations, renovations, and traditionally-designed homes. Read more...

The Art of Classical Details II: An Ideal Collaboration
The great virtue of this new book, The Art of Classical Details II: An Ideal Collaboration by Phillip James Dodd, today is the forceful argument for collaboration as fundamental to the architectural process, not just to the “ideal” of the title. Read more...

The New Shingled House book

Creating A Vertical Garden
In Gardening Vertically, Noémie Vialard presents 24 ideas for creating a vertical garden. Read more...

The New Shingled House
Ike Kligerman Barkley takes an in-depth look at this popular American house style. Read more...

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Mid-Atlantic Timberframes

Mid-Atlantic Timberframes is a timber frame manufacturer that designs and crafts custom building projects such as timber frame homes, barns, equine facilities, event venues, and commercial buildings. Located in the heart of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, they serve the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.