Houses By Bart Prince: An American Architecture for the Continuous Present. Christopher Mead, Bart Prince, Architect.
Houses By Bart Prince: An American Architecture for the Continuous Present
Houses By Bart Prince: An American Architecture for the Continuous Present

Houses By Bart Prince: An American Architecture for the Continuous Present.

Prince, Bart. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Hardcover. First Edition. First Printing. xiii, 100 pp. 4to. Minor wear and scuffing to dust jacket, creasing and slight color loss at head of spine, now in mylar cover. Clean within. Fine / Very Good.
A survey of the work of Bart Prince at the midpoint of his career. Prince is an architect who was deeply influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright and worked an assistant to architect Bruce Goff (1904-1982). Designing in a highly animated, organic style, his works uses the topography of the site, climate, and other inspirations from nature to design structures that are arresting in site and have high energy efficiency despite their often fanciful appearance. Laid in is a brochure from a 2015 exhibition at the SCA Contemporary Art ARTLAB Studios in Albuquerque titled "The Human Drift: Bart Prince, Steve Barry & T. Fitzallan." Book signed by Bart Prince in heavy marker on the half-title page.
[Book #28543]

Price: $400.00

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