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New Classicism

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Author(s):

Elizabeth Meredith Dowling

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

240

Size:

9" x 1" x 12"

ISBN:

978-0-8478-2660-5

Why We Love This

Focusing on approximately 30 projects by the best classically oriented firms in the United States and Britain, New Classicism examines the burgeoning vogue for the many varieties of traditional classical design. The result is a dazzling array of highly disciplined and high-profile classical designs, ranging from the exquisite work of John Blateau and Alan Greenberg's 18th-century-inspired reconfiguration of the interiors of the U.S. State Department to the Nashville public library designed by Robert A. M. Stern and projects from the classical-design program at the University of Notre Dame.

Why We Love This

Focusing on approximately 30 projects by the best classically oriented firms in the United States and Britain, New Classicism examines the burgeoning vogue for the many varieties of traditional classical design. The result is a dazzling array of highly disciplined and high-profile classical designs, ranging from the exquisite work of John Blateau and Alan Greenberg's 18th-century-inspired reconfiguration of the interiors of the U.S. State Department to the Nashville public library designed by Robert A. M. Stern and projects from the classical-design program at the University of Notre Dame.