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100 1  Bradbury, Dominic,|eauthor. 
245 14 The iconic American house :|barchitectural masterworks 
       since 1900 /|cDominic Bradbury ; photography by Richard 
       Powers. 
264  1 London ;|aNew York, New York :|bThames & Hudson,|c2020. 
264  4 |c©2020 
300    319 pages :|billustrations (chiefly colour) ;|c29 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
336    still image|bsti|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 314-315) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tThe Mount: Lenox, Massachusetts /|rEdith Wharton & Ogden
       Codman, Jr (1902)  --|tGamble House: Pasadena, California 
       /|rGreene & Greene (1909)  --|tSchindler House: West 
       Hollywood, California /|rRudolph Schindler (1922) --
       |tWharton Esherick: House & Studio: Malvern, Pennsylvania 
       /|rWharton Esherick (1926)  --|tSaarinen House: Bloomfield
       Hills, Michigan /|rEliel Saarinen (1930)  --|tMorse House:
       Lake Forest, Illinois /|rWilliam Zimmerman (1932) --
       |tGropius House: Lincoln, Massachusetts /|rWalter Gropius 
       (1938) --|tFalling-water: Mill Run, Pennsylvania /|rFrank 
       Lloyd Wright (1939) --|tFrelinghuysen Morris: House & 
       Studio : Lenox, Massachusetts /|rGeorge Sanderson & John 
       Butler Swann (1931/41) --|tAlden B. Dow: Home & Studio: 
       Midland, Michigan /|rAlden B. Dow (1941)  --|tKaufmann 
       Desert: House: Palm Springs, California /|rRichard Neutra 
       (1947)  --|tFord House: Aurora, Illinois /|rBruce Goff 
       (1950)  --|tHealy Guest House: Sarasota, Florida /|rRalph 
       Twitchel! & Paul Rudolph (1950) --|tDawnridge: Beverly 
       Hills, California /|rTony Duquette & Caspar Ehmcke (1949) 
       --|tEames House: Pacific Palisades, California /|rCharles 
       & Ray Eames (1949) --|tGlass House: New Canaan, 
       Connecticut /|rPhilip Johnson (1949)  --|tFarnsworth House
       : Plano, Illinois /|rLudwig Mies van der Rohe (1951)  --
       |tButterfly House: Carmel, California /|rFrank Wynkoop 
       (1951)  --|tMiller House: Columbus, Indiana /|rEero 
       Saarinen (1957)  --|tUmbrella House: Sarasota, Florida /
       |rPaul Rudolph (1953)  --|tFirestone House: Rancho Mirage,
       California /|rWilliam Pereira (1957)  --|tFrank House: 
       Fire Island, New York /|rAndrew Geller (1958)  --
       |tNakashima Farmstead & Conoid Studio: New Hope, 
       Pennsylvania /|rGeorge Nakashima (1959)  --|tDragon Rock: 
       Garrison, New York /|rRussel Wright & David Leavitt (1961)
       --|tMargaret Esherick: House: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania /
       |rLouis Kahn (1961)  --|tStrick House: Santa Monica, 
       California /|rOscar Niemeyer (1964)  --|tVanna Venturi 
       House: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania /|rRobert Venturi (1964)
       --|tSculptured House: Golden, Colorado /|rCharles Deaton 
       (1965)  --|tSunnylands: Rancho Mirage, California /|rA. 
       Quincy Jones (1966)  --|tEsherick: Hedgerow House: Sea 
       Ranch, California /|rJoseph Esherick (1966)  --|tStillman 
       House II: Litchfield, Connecticut /|rMarcel Breuer (1966) 
       --|tKappe Residence: Pacific Palisades, California /|rRay 
       Kappe (1967)  --|tGwathmey House & Studio: Amagansett, New
       York /|rCharles Gwathmey (1965)  --|tElrod House: Palm 
       Springs, California /|rJohn Lautner (1968)  --|tRound 
       House: Wilton, Connecticut /|rRichard Foster (1968)  --
       |tPalevsky House: Palm Springs, California /|rCraig 
       Ellwood (1970)  --|tFrey House II: Palm Springs, 
       California /|rAlbert Frey (1964)  --|tDouglas House: 
       Harbor Springs, Michigan /|rRichard Meier (1973)  --
       |tHouse VI: Cornwall, Connecticut /|rPeter Eisenman (1975)
       --|tGerald Ford Estate: Rancho Mirage, California /
       |rWelton Becket & Associates (1978)  --|tJoe & Etsuko 
       Price: Residence: Corona Del Mar, California /|rBart 
       Prince (1989)  --|tGreenberg House: Los Angeles, 
       California /|rRicardo Legorreta (1991)  --|tT-House: 
       Wilton, New York /|rSimon Lingers (1992)  --|tTurtle Creek
       House: Dallas, Texas /|rAntoine Predock (1993)  --|tHouse 
       at Toro Canyon: Montecito, California /|rBarton Myers 
       (1999)  --|tTower House: Syracuse, New York /|rThomas 
       Gluck / Gluck+ (2012)  --|tHigh Desert House: Joshua Tree,
       California /|rKendrick Bangs Kellogg (1993)  --|tEx of In 
       House: Rhinebeck, New York /|rSteven Holl (2016)  --
       |tWoodstock Vermont: Farm: Woodstock, Vermont /|rRick Joy 
       (2008)  --|tThe Pierre: San Juan Islands, Washington /
       |rTom Kundig and Olson Kundug (2010). 
520 8  Some of the world's greatest architects, including Walter 
       Gropius, Frank Lloyd Wright and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 
       have used their talents to create groundbreaking 
       innovations in American residential architecture over the 
       past 120 years. Though wide-ranging in style, these houses
       share a remarkable sensitivity to site and context; 
       appreciation of local materials; experimentation with form,
       materials, and technology; and understanding of clients' 
       needs. Spanning the length and breadth of the United 
       States, The Iconic American House features fifty of the 
       most important, timeless, and recognizable houses designed
       since 1900. With pithy text and fresh, vibrant 
       illustrations, this book presents a lavish array of 
       architectural masterpieces designed by architects such as 
       Philip Johnson, Richard Neutra, Peter Eisenman and Thomas 
       Gluck. Specially commissioned and stunning photographs, 
       floor plans, drawings and architect biographies ensure 
       that it is perfect for students, professionals, design 
       aficionados and anyone who dreams of building a house of 
       their own. 
648  7 1900-2099|2fast 
650  0 Architect-designed houses|zUnited States. 
650  0 Architect-designed houses|zUnited States|xHistory|y20th 
       century. 
650  0 Architect-designed houses|zUnited States|xHistory|y21st 
       century. 
650  7 Architect-designed houses.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00813106 
651  7 United States.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01204155 
655  7 Illustrated works.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423873 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
655  7 Illustrated works.|2lcgft 
700 1  Powers, Richard,|d1967-|ephotographer. 
994    C0|bCKE 
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