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John Lautner, Architect
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John Lautner, Architect. By Frank Escher John Lautner, Architect By Frank Escher John Lautner was the quintessential Los Angeles architect. His houses, many perched on hillsides with sweeping glass walls overlooking the valley below, are icons of the drama and exuberance of the best of Southern California architecture. John Lautner’s Silver Lake residence on the market for $M New, 32 comments Completed in , it was the first of three houses the architect designed on the same street.
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Lesser known to laymen's eyes is the work compiled in the recent paperback release of John Lautner, Architect (edited by Frank Escher; Princeton Architectural Press). A Wright apprentice who started his own practice inLautner melded his space-age vision for housing with the California landscape, incorporating great expanses of glass, low-slung furniture, and natural materials/5(6).
This picture book of Lautner's work provides John Lautner new perspective to the innovative work of the architect. Although many of the buildings are captured in other publications, the images are Cited by: 2.
One of the visionary architects of the twentieth century, John Lautner designed dramatically innovative buildings with a rare sensitivity to site, vista, and structure.4/5(10).
John Lautner, Architect book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. John Lautner was the quintessential Los Angeles architect. His hou /5(5). Lautner's career began at Wright's Taliesin in and continued after his arrival in Los Angeles in The book traces the unfolding of his protean conceptions up to his death in During the forties and fifties, he established his own architecture office and designed Architect book small and medium-sized houses of unusual daring and freedom/5.
The book is richly illustrated, often with photographs made specially for this book. ‘The purpose of architecture is to improve human life.’ John Lautner ‘After years of indefatigable research, Tycho and Jan-Richard’s book adds an invaluable resource for our understanding of Lautner.
The contentiousness around Lautner’s work was. rows Lautner’s work developed greatly throughout the years: he started off close to his mentor. was one of last century’s most important contemporary American architects.
His work was concerned with the relationship of the human being to space and of space to nature. Lautner’s designs share a sense of drama, powerful geometry and warmth, and a profound respect for the site. His buildings stand as functional sculpture. Holds the archives of this creative American architect ().
Provides a biography with plans, photographs and bibliography of his works. Aims, directors, events. It covers more buildings than any of the others, and includes Lautner's own comment on each, making it an invaluable record of Real Architecture. Most of the photos in this book appear to have been taken shortly after the buildings were completed (and some during construction), so it makes a great companion to "The Architecture of John Lautner," which has mostly rescent photographs/5(6).
Lautner’s work developed greatly throughout the years: he started off close to his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright and ended with an uninhibited, unique and personal architectural style. This book provides an unprecedented treasury of information about all of Lautner’s built works.
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His houses, many perched on hillsides with sweeping glass walls 5/5(1). Description: One of the visionary architects of the twentieth century, John Lautner designed dramatically innovative buildings with a rare sensitivity to site, vista, and structure.
Accompanying a full-scale exhibition on Lautner at Los Angeles’s Hammer Museum, this is the first publication to comprehensively explore his work, including his apprenticeship with Frank Lloyd Wright and the cultural and.
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Of all John Lautner's creations, the Hope residence might be the least well known but the most unforgettable. The property was the famed architect's largest undertaking, sprawling across six. The American architect John Lautner () was well ahead of his time. His original, unconventional and very versatile oeuvre was never repetitive.
His concern for the dreams and desires of his clients, his sensitivity to the location of his buildings and his interest in the latest technical developments in were constants in his work. With his geometric structures perched upon the hillsides, beaches, and deserts of California, John Lautner (–) was behind some of the most striking and innovative architectural designs in mid.
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John Lautner, Architect and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - John Lautner, Architect - AbeBooks Passion for books. "The book focuses on a number of homes which have never been photographed,” says Street-Porter. John Lautner's Elrod House in Street-Porter's book.
Photo: Tim Street-Porter.John Lautner was the quintessential Los Angeles architect. His houses, many perched on hillsides with sweeping glass walls overlooking the valley below, are icons of the drama and exuberance of the best of Southern California inLautner apprenticed to Frank Lloyd Wright before establishing his own office in Hollywood in /5(3).