Architectural Digest 5/99 JOHN TRAVOLTA AND KELLY PRESTON.
Rense, Paige (editor).
Place Published: Los Angeles:
Publisher: Knapp Communications,
Date Published: 1999.
Description: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST 5/99, Vol 56 No 5. 242 pages. The magazine, in illustrated wrappers, is NEAR FINE. Front wrapper has some minor shelf wear. Inside pages tight and clean. COVER: The living room in John Travolta and Kelly Preston's house in Maine, see page 140; COVER ARTICLE: ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VISITS: JOHN TRAVOLTA AND KELLY PRESTON-The Actors' Rambling Family Retreat off the Coast of Maine, Interior Design by Christopher B. Boshears, Text by Nancy Collins, Photography by Mary E. Nichols, ARCHITECTURE: MANHATTAN SUGAR CUBE-Cool Geometries Define Patsy and Troy Halterman's Fifth Avenue Apartment, Architecture and Interior Design by Shelton, Mindel & Associates, Text by Carol Lutfy, Photography by Michael Moran; GRAND PASSIONS REVIVED IN PARIS--High French Style Serves Contemporary Living in the City of Light, Interior Design by Jacques Garcia, Text by Esther Henwood, Photography by Marina Faust; VERMONT LIFE AND TIMES: Barbara and Gerald M.Levin in New England, Interior Design by Barbara Riley Levin, Text by Steven M.L. Aronson, Photography by Durston Saylor; PA'ITERN LANGUAGE: Black-and-White Dreams Above Manhattan, Interior Design by Anouska Hempel, Text by Elizabeth Lambert, Photography by Durston Saylor; BIOGRAPHY OF A COUNTRY HOUSE Author Gerald Clarke's Shingled Refuge on the Eastern End of Long Island, Architecture by Francis Fleetwood, AlA Interior Design by Lawrence Saul Landscape Design by Elizabeth A. Lear and John Cowen, Text by Gerald Clarke, Photography by Scott Frances; ART: IMAGES OF OLD CHINA-Vintage Photographs Capture a Vanished Era in Asia, Text by John A. Cuadrado; GIVING JUPITER A NEW SPIN-Revisiting Mediterranean Themes with a Fresh Eye in Florida, Architecture by Spencer Goliger, Interior Design by Marc-Michaels, Text by Beth Dunlop, Photography by Kim Sargent; MATERIAL LOGIC IN NEW YORK: Decorative Warmth and Formal Rigor Cohabit on the Upper East Side, Architecture and Interior Design by Annabelle Selldorf, AIA Text by Michael Frank, Photography by Durston Saylor; ON THE WATERFRONT: Renovating a Connecticut Boathouse Overlooking Lake Waramaug, Interior Design by David Hering, Text by Larry Kramer, Photography by Peter R. Peirce; ARCHITECTURE: MINING THE ASPEN VERNACULAR-Historical Forms Recast for an Art Collector's Colorado Residence, Architecture by Tigerman McCurry, Text by Mildred F. Schmertz, Photography by Mary E. Nichols; IN THE VIRGINIA HUNT: Southern Graciousness Restores a Farmhouse near Charlottesville, Architecture by Robert L. Paxt, Interior Design by Bunny Williams, Text by Jennifer Kramer, Photography by Ron Blunt; GUEST SPEAKER: KENNEDY FRASER-A House on the North Sea, Photography by Jonathan Pilkington; HISTORIC HOUSES: N. C. WYE'IH AT CHADDS FORD-The Artist's Newly Restored Atelier Opens in Pennsylvania Text by Dana Micucci, Photography by George Obremski; AD SHOPPING: DISCOVERING HONG KONG Joanne de Guardiola Reveals Her Best Sources, Text by Annette Tapert, Photography by Jim McHugh; ARCHITECTURE: CUBAN CLASSICISM-Jorge L. Hernandez Draws on His Heritage in Florida, Text by Victoria Newhouse, Photography by Carlos Domenech; TRAVELS: THE NETHERLANDS OPEN-A MUSEUM--Celebrating Dutch Rural Life near Arnhem, Text by Jonathan Kandell, Photography by Kees Hageman; HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: REBUILDING A LLOYD WRIGHT JEWEL-The Jascha Heifetz Music Studio in Los Angeles, Text by Thomas S. Hines, Photography by Christopher Dow; AD ESTATES: EXTRAORDINARY PROPERTIES ON THE MARKET Manhattan penthouse on Beekman Place home of Jock and Betsey Cushing Whitney, one of the three "fabulous Cushing sisters". Telluride, Cap-Martin, Villa Giardino, designed and built in 1939 by architect Marion Sims Wyeth in Palm Beach. Les Zoraides, Cap-Martin, France, home of Singer sewing machine and heiress and fashion trendsetter Daisy Fellowes. "Les Zoraides was also where she docked her prized yacht, the Sister Anne, which she famously lent to Wallis Simpson and the Prince of Wales so they could escape the hounding press; 131-acre Canon Blanco Ranch outside, Sante Fe, built in 1991 by architect Thomas Beeby (AD, Sept 1993). Pabst Manor, Chicago, architecture by Chicago architect William L. Pereira commissioned by Harris Perlstein, president and director of the Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewing Company; Three nineteenth-century Connecticut barns in Pound Ridge, New York. Frank Llloyd Wright designed-home in north Dallas, built in 1950 for Texas oilman John A Gillin. Sunshine Ranch, Telluride Colorado, designed by architect Marc Appleton (AD June 1997).Binding: Paperback
Condition: Near Fine
Book Id: 19073