Architectural Digest 3/04 GEORGE LUCAS at His SKYWALKER RANCH.
Rense, Paige (editor).
Place Published: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.:
Publisher: Cond Nast Pub, Inc,
Date Published: 2004.
Description: Architectural Digest March 2004 3/04, Volume 61, No. 3. 200 pages. The magazine, in illustrated wrappers, is in NEAR FINE condition with minor wear on right front edge and first page edge. JMVINTAGE specializes in Books, Magazinss and Treasures related to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and ..other curious subjects. Articles include: COVER: Folk art punctuates die study of a Los Angeles residence. Interior design by Karin Blake. Photography by David O. Marlow. See page 160. Special Section--HOTELS UDAIPUR: TAJ LAKE PALACE Recapturing the Romance of18th-Century India Restoration Architecture by Architectural Restoration Consultants, Interior Design by James Park Associates, Text by Jonathan Kandell, Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer; HAWAII: MAUNA LANI BAY The Refurbished Bungalows at the Big Island Redefine the Tropical Treatment, Interior Design by Jan Yamamoto, Text by Peter Haldeman, Photography by Mary E. Nichols; ATHENS: GRANDE BRETAGNE Past Is Made Perfect at the 1840s Greek Landmark, Restoration Architecture by Pandelis Massouridis Associates, Interior Design by HBA/Hirsch Bedner, Text by Wendy Moonan, Photography by Jaime Ardiles-Arce; GEORGE LUCAS AT SKYWALKER RANCH Celebrating Movie Magic on a2,500-acrt Compound in Northern California, Text by Patricia Leigh Brown, Photography by Mary E. Nichols; FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION In Manhattan, '30s Glamour Is Tempered by Modern Discipline, Interior Design by Scott Snyder, Text by Stephen Drucker, Photography by Kim Sargent; A PERSONAL SPACE Juan Pablo Molyneux's Fait Accompli in the Marais, Interior Architecture and Design by Juan Pablo Molyneux, Text by Christopher Petkanas, Photography by Marina Faust. Hotel Claude Passart, built in 1618 and designed by Gabriel Soulignac, to be the home for Molyneux and and his wife, Pilar; ON BREAKING THE MOLD A New Connecticut House Puts Modernism into Play, Architecture by Peter L. Gluck and Partners, Text by Joseph Giovannini, Photography by Paul Warchol. Patricia and Gordon Fowler's house in New Canaan designed by Mark Dixon, Peter Guthrie and Richard Lucas ; COVER STORY--TWO-PART HARMONY Walking the Line Between Industrial Cool and Tradition, Interior Design by Karin Blake Text by Jeff Turrentine, Photography by David O. Marlow. Brentwood Village in Los Angeles.; COMING HOME TO BATON ROUGE Taking On a Friend's Downtown Residence, Thad Hayes Returns to His Roots with Style, Interior Design by Thad Hayes, Text by Steven M. L. Aronson, Photography by Scott Frances; A DUAL ENDEAVOR IN CHICAGO Life and Art Deftly Converge at Water Tower Place, Architecture and Interior Design by Stanley Tigerman and Margaret McCurry of Tigerman McCurry, Text by Mildred F: Schmertz, Photography by Jon Miller/Hedrich Blessing. High-rise apartment of Matthew and Kay Bucksbaum; THE HEIGHTS OF ELEGANCE Grounded in Art Deco, a Park Avenue Triplex Soars, Interior Design by Laura Hunt, Text by Steven M. L Aronson, Photography by Jaime Ardiles-Arce. Charles Evans's triplex on the 16th, 17th, and 18th floors of a classic Art Deco building; Departments DESIGN NOTEBOOK: BACK TO BASICS A Massachusetts Couple Combine Simple Tastes with a Love of Antiques, Architectural Design by William Lowell Kendall of Kendall Associates, Text by Penelope Rowlands, Photography by Richard Mandelkom, Antiques dealer Peter Eaton; UNBUILT HOUSES: THE ARCHITECTURE OF FOUND OBJECTS A Desert Site Inspires Relevant Materials and Forms, Architecture by James Richand of Richard + Bauer, Text by Philip Nobel, Photography by Robert Reck. Concrete, Steel and Glass house design in Scottsdale, Arizona; DESIGNERS DISCOVER DESIGN Our Editors Present the Design World's Favorite Sources. New York and Los Angeles-based Greg Jordan, John Norwood, Horner & Company in San Francisco, James Barrow's Bulmer & Barrow in London; PERSONALITIES: TEE TIME ON JUPITER ISLAND Pro Golfer Greg Norman and His Wife, Laura, in Florida, Architecture by Dailey Janssen, Text by Nancy Collins, Photography by Kim Sargent; THE PROFESSIONALS: GEOFFREY BRADFIELD A well-Traveled Designer with a Visual Calling, By Nicholas von Hoffman; Film SET DESIGN: COLD MOUNTAIN A Civil War Reconstruction in the Romanian Countryside, Production Design by Dante Ferretti, Set Decoration by Francesca LoSchiavo, Text by Jeff Turrentine; SHOWROOMS: BOSTON DESIGN CENTER Bucking the City's Conservative Image with a Refreshing Mix of Old and New ,Text by Jeffrey Simpson, Photography by Alec Marshall; HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: THE ART OF DECO Rebuilt from the Rubble in the '30s, a New Zealand Town Still Casts a Spell, Text by Anne Edwards, Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer. Napier, on North Island, New Zeland suffered a damagine earthquake in 1931; ESTATES FOR SALE: EDITORS SELECT PROPERTIES AROUND THE WORLD New York: Barbara Howard's residence in the Gainsborough Studios building, circa 1908, with interior design by Carey Maloney and architecture by Hermes Mallea; Virginia: Williams Hodgins (AD, March 2003) reworked 1916 residence on a parcel of land that was originally part of George Washington's famr on the banks of the Potomac; Chicago: National Historic Landmark Shingle Style estate designed by Robert Seyfarth in 1928 with landscape architecture by architect Jens Jensen. Fronting Lake Michigan in Highland Park, IL; Australia: Four-bedroom steel home designed by architect Harry Seidler near Bowral, New South Wales, Australia (AD, August 2000).Binding: Paperback
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