American Modern Vernacular

Jacobsen Architecture + Interiors

American Modern Vernacular
Simon Jacobsen, Goldberger Paul
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NZ$ 200.00
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NZ$ 160.00
Hardback
h279 x 279mm - 272pg
11 Oct 2022 US
International import eta 7-19 days
9780847872053
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Hugh Newell Jacobson, the legendary architect and late co-founder with his son, Simon, of Jacobsen Architecture, once famously said the best house is polite to her neighbours and never shouts. This statement is a key to the philosophy of the firm, whose much loved houses are suffused with a kind of quiet sophistication that mingle elegant, subtle modernism, with great respect for local vernacular traditions. Featured here are exemplars of the firm s work, from Harbor Hill a cluster of 12 small structures, appearing at first as a group of smallish classic shingled Nantucket cottages, that reveals itself as a single serene residence overlooking Nantucket Harbor to Windsor, an award-winning Florida Colonial abstraction in Vero Beach. Featuring inviting interiors, exteriors, and gardens, the book is an expression of eloquent design.
Simon Jacobsen is a founding partner of the internationally acclaimed architectural firm Jacobsen Architecture, LLC, with his father Hugh Newell Jacobsen, F. A. I. A. Working throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, the primary focus of his work is custom residential, commercial and institutional design, interiors, furniture and lighting design. Simon Jacobsen is a recipient of many prestigious awards in architecture and design from The American Institute of Architects, The Society of American Registered Architects and he is also an inductee of Architectural Digest' s AD100.

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