Between Earth and Heaven: The Architecture of John Lautner, 2008, Fine w/DJ
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Between Earth and Heaven: The Architecture of John Lautner
Nicholas Olsberg, Jean-Louis Cohen, and Frank Escher
Rizzoli International Publications, in Association with Hammer Museum
Notes: A Fine book in a Fine dust jacket, First Edition, First Printing, 4to, First Printing: printer's key on copyright page beginning with "10" and ending in "1." Black paper-covered boards in a multicolored pictorial paper dust jacket. Blue-foil lettering on front panel. Black lettering on blue dust jacket spine. Covers have a small indentation on front and minuscule wear to extremities, else pristine and intact, binding tight, sharp tips. Dust jacket has light rubbing and a few small bumps to edges, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Dust jacket protected in a paper-backed mylar sleeve. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with illustrations in black-and-white and color. 234 pp., including illustrations and Index. Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. A comprehensive monograph about the work of John Lautner (1911-1994), an American architect best-known for his Los Angeles residential architecture. Lautner was an apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright but developed his own unique style of architecture. Edited by Nicholas Olsberg. Texts by Jean-Louis Cohen, Nicholas Olsberg, and Frank Escher. Published by Rizzoli International Publications, in Association with Hammer Museum. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.