By Larry Frank, photography by Nancy Hunter Warren and Michael O'Shaughnessy, foreword by Thomas J. Steele
Stated first edition of this beautifully-illustrated monograph on the Christian art of Spanish immigrants to the American Southwest, particularly focusing on santos (depictions of the Celestial Hierarchy).
Edited by Sally Woodbridge, introduction by David Gebhard, architectural drawings by Randolph Meadors and Floyd Campbell, photographs by Morley Baer, Roger Sturtevant, and others
Inscribed first expanded edition of this compendium of San Francisco homes, from the classic designs of the late 19th century to boundary-pushing mid-century modern structures – with 15 additional buildings described.
Signed first paperback edition of Adjaye's first monograph, documenting thirteen of his major projects in London, with a series of visual 'portfolios' and additional essays by Stuart Hall, Caroline Roux, and Deyan Sudjic.
Edited by Pauline Saliga and Mary Woolever, with contributions by David G. De Long, Jack Golden, Joe D. Price, Sidney K. Robinson, Timothy Samuelson, Annemarie van Roessel, and Philip B. Welch
First printing of this delightful collection of essays on the innovative mid-century modern architect, a retro-futurist riot – publishing in conjunction with an exhibition of his work at the Art Institute of Chicago.
First printing of this study of one of the key structures of the Modern architecture movement, featuring homes from all over the world by architects such as Richard Neutra, Jean Prouvé, and Craig Ellwood.
First printing, inscribed by both subjects, of this monograph on the work of prominent Washington D.C.-based architect firm Hartman-Cox, who have designed and restored important museum and library spaces, including for the National Archives and the Folger Library.
Inscribed first printing of this attractive monograph on the influential but reclusive architect who championed the Spanish colonial revival and helped define the architectural style of California – including postcard from the author.
By Sam Watters, research by Rebecca Gale, research consultation by Jim Lewis
Inscribed first printing of this massive and lavishly-illustrated pair of volumes that trace the wide stylistic variety of the LA homes of the rich and famous from 1885-1935, from Henry E. Huntington to Mary Pickford and beyond.