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Aero
$35.00
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AUTHOR(S) Thomas O'Brien
DIMENSIONS 10" x 11.25"
FORMAT hardcover
ISBN 9781419706752
PAGE COUNT 272
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 26 - Jun 29
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In the follow-up to the best-selling "American Modern," "Aero" celebrates 20 years of the famed Aero design studio with an intimate look at founder Thomas O’Brien’s design philosophy. From O’Brien’s vivid reminiscences about his early days in a Manhattan art school to the opening and development of his studio and store, "Aero" covers the history and aesthetic of this Manhattan landmark. Aero is where O’Brien formulated the “warm modern” look that brought him to prominence, though his style is truly about finding modern and classic forms in many things: downtown’s industrial and artistic loft culture, the luxurious elegance of the prewar city uptown, and the essential simplicity of American country antiques and rural living.

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