A look at some of the latest books about classical design, historic home maintenance, and the history of period-style homes.
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Gordon Bock reviews the new book Houses by Robert A.M. Stern Architects.
A list of five books on architecture we've read and reviewed.
A review of the book, Gracie Mansion: A Celebration of New York City's Mayoral Residence, by Ellen Stern
Ike Kligerman Barkley takes an in-depth look at this popular American house style.
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.
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.
Frank Lloyd Wright: Natural Design, Organic Architecture showcases the iconic architect's dedication to sustainability.
Patrick Robson's Structural Repair of Traditional Buildings is a comprehensive guide to diagnosing and fixing structural deterioration.
A Lyric Architecture: Selected Works of John Malick & Associates is a valuable resource for architects, interior designers, builders, and home decorators.
In Gardening Vertically, Noémie Vialard presents 24 ideas for creating a vertical garden.
Highgrove: An English Country Garden takes a comprehensive, month-by-month look at the Prince of Wales' organic gardens.
Judy Hayward reviews Stuart Cohen's Inventing the New American House: Howard Van Doren Shaw, Architect.
David Cole's book, The Art and Architecture of C.F.A. Voysey gives us insight into this English architect working in the classical style.