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Natural Histories

Public Art by Larry Kirkland

Natural Histories: Public Art by Larry Kirkland chronicles the Washington, D.C.-based artist’s large-scale public installations. Kirkland’s projects—marble sculptures, fountains, hanging sculptures, wall engravings, and entire urban plazas and parks—can be found in Washington, New York, Denver, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, and many other cities.


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Yabu Pushelberg

Yabu Pushelberg designs luxury retail, hospitality, and residential interiors. This book has more than 200 color photographs of such projects as Toronto’s Hazelton Hotel, New York’s Bergdorf Goodman and Carolina Herrera, Asia’s Lane Crawford stores, and Las Vegas restaurants Fin and Shibuya, as well as six essays by Vogue contributing editor William Norwich.


Modern Order
Houses by Robert Gurney

Washington, D.C.-based architect Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, designs ecologically aware modern homes using natural materials and varied construction methods. Modern Order features photography and drawings of 19 of Gurney’s homes, with an essay by architecture writer/editor Vernon Mays.


The Place Itself
Selected Work of BAR Architects

The Place Itself has color photographs and drawings of 24 projects by San Francisco’s BAR Architects—including works for Mumm Napa winery, Polo Ralph Lauren, George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch, Library of Congress, and Apple Computer. Includes essays by design writer Dan Gregory and BAR partner Richard Beard, AIA.