Architectural Monographs No 34: Franklin D. Israel, Academy Editions, 1994, Fine

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Architectural Monographs No. 34: Franklin D. Israel
Franklin D. Israel et al.
Academy Editions; St. Martin's Press
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Notes: Fine, 4to, 12" x 10." Glossy black paper wrappers with full-page printed color photograph on front. White lettering to front and black spine. Covers have light to moderate rubbing, a few microscopic bumps to edges, and slightly bumped tips, else clean and intact, binding tight. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with color illustrations including many printed photographs. Chiefly illustrations with brief text. 144 pp., including illustrations. "Architectural Monograph No. 34," a spotlight on American architect Franklin D. Israel (1945-1996). Israel is perhaps best-known for designing residences and film production offices in Los Angeles. This monograph features the most recent work of his firm, Franklin D Israel Design Associates, which include "houses in the US and Europe, the large scheme for a 'new industrial city' on the northern edge of Tokyo and buildings for the entertainment industry in California." Includes a Foreword by Israel, an Introduction by James Steele, and an Interview with Israel. The featured Projects: Baldwin Residence, Belldegrun House, Drager House, Jupiter House, Goldberg-Bean Residence, Hague I, Spartan House, Woo Fong Pavilion, Bright and Associates, Bunka Shutter, Limelight Productions, Prompt Exhibit, UCLA Southern Regional Library, Virgin Records, and Strick House. Published by Academy Editions of London and distributed by St. Martin's Press of New York. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.