Architectural Digest 9/10 1971 AD.
Rense, Paige (editor).
Place Published: Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.:
Publisher: Knapp Communications Corp,
Date Published: 1971.
Description: The magazine, in illustrated wrappers, is GOOD condition with minor use wear to wrapper. The first 26 pages are loosened from the spine. They are all atttached at the spine as a block of pages and laying in the magazine. September/August 1971 issue, Volume 28, Number 2. 120 pages. Color and black & white photo illustrated. JMVintage specializes in books, magazines, and treasures related to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor....and other curious people. Articles include: FRONT COVER: A view of the living room in the home of fashion designer James Galanos, Los Angeles, California. Photographed by Leland Lee. SUMIYA An exclusive interview and photographs of the Japanese palace created by the Princess Doan na Champacak (Barbara Woolworth Hutton) in Cuervavaca, Mexico; ENGLISH CHARM UPDATED Interior design by Harry Hunter, AID, of Cannel & Chaffin. The Fresno, California, residence of Mr. And Mrs. Guy Gardner. Extensive additions and remodeling update this forty-year-old English-style cottage; NATURAL BEAUTY IN LA JOLLA Interior design by Gerald Jerome, AID, Architecture by Richard George Wheeler, AID. Natural materials contribute to the beauty of this contemporary La Jolla, California, residence; GALLERY OF LANDSCAPES Landscape architecture by Joseph Copp, Jr. The retaining wall is a design element in this Brentwood, California, garden; ATLANT'S FIRST DESIGN SHOW HOUSE A Southern Colonial-style mansion redecorated with a marvelous array of fine antiques by over forty of the finest interior designers in the South; ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VISITS JAMES GALANOS The first in a series of exclusive visits to the residences of famous people of taste and achievement in various fields. Fashion designer Galanos did the interior design for his own home near Beverly Hills, California; THE ARCHITECT'S PERSPECTIVE Distinguished architect John Lautner, FAIA, who studied with Frank Lloyd Wright, states his candid, often controversial opinions about the client-architect relationship, the art of architecture and the state of the art; UNCONVENTIONAL WEEKENDER ON BALBOA BAY Interior design by John Cottrell, Architecture by William O'Dowd, AIA, of Black, Pagliuso, Kikuchi & O'Dowd. The 10,000 square-foot, bayfrot residence of Mr. And Mrs. Fred Carr in Southern California; BOLD ON RED PARK AVENUE Interior design by Bess Bernard. The apartment of Mr. And Mr.s Stuart Shulman in Manhattan; RAFFLES, MANHATTAN'S PRIVATE CLUB Interior design by Cecil Beaton. Views of the socially stellar international club in New York City; LONE PINE YEAR-AROUND RESIDENCE Interior design by Robert E Truhlar, II, of Warren Imports. Architecture by Richard Irwin. The California residence of Mr. And Mrs. Louis Statham in Lone Pine; JOHNNY MATHIS' HILLTOP HOUSE Interior design by Stephen Chase of Arthur Elrod & Associates. Mr. Chase designed a new wing for the entertainer's West Los Angeles residence.Binding: Paperback
Book Id: 19072