Architectural Digest 3/05 CLINT EASTWOOD COVER.
Rense, Paige (editor).
Publisher: Conde Nast Pub, Inc,
Date Published: 2005.
Description: Architectural Digest 3/05. Vol 62, No 3. 206 pages. Color illustrated. The magazine, in illustrated wrappers, is in NEAR FINE condition with dogeared back upper wrapper corner. JMVintage specializes in books, magazines, and treasures related to the Duke & Duchess of Windsor..and other curious subjects. COVER: Actor and director Clint Eastwood outside his Carmel, California, golf club. Portrait by Theo Westenberger. See page 116. Features CLINT EASTWOOD'S TEHAMA The Actor's Luxurious Golf Club in Carmel, California Architecture by Alan Williams Interior Design by Alan Williams and Henry Bumstead Text by Nancy Collins Photography by Scott Frances, portraits by Theo Westenberger; DESIGN BY DEGREES Reconfiguring a Maryland House with Symmetry and Subtlety Interior Design by Thomas Pheasant Text by Jeff Turrentine Photography by Durston Saylor; MALIBU BEACH MEMOIRS East Coast Comforts for a 1930s House on the Water Architectural Redesign by Ferguson & Shamamian Interior Design by Michael S. Smith Text by Steven M. L. Aronson Photography by Scott Frances. Film Producer, Donna Arkoff Roth's home; HOME AND AWAY IN MANHATTAN Streamlined Style for a Pied-a-terre and a Gulfstream Jet to Get There Interior Design by Shelton, Mindel & Associates Text by Judith Thurman Penthouse Photography by Michael Moran; Jet Photography by Paul Warchol; THE NEW PALM BEACH Swathed in a Sea of Neutrals, a Florida Aesthetic Is Born Architecture by Thomas M. Kirchhoff, AIA Interior Architecture by Garrow Kedigian Interior Design by Marjorie Shushan Text by Stephen Drucker Photography by Dan Forer. James and Eleanor Woolems' home; AT WATER'S EDGE A House on San Francisco Bay Reveals Itself in Layers Architecture and Interior Design by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Text by Therese Bissell Photography by Mark Schwartz; TUSCAN RENAISSANCE A Historic Castle in Italy Is Artfully Brought into the Present Interior Design by David Mlinaric and Hugh Henry Text by Elizabeth Lambert Photography by Gilles de Chabaneix and Christopher Simon Sykes. Fighine, an 11th century fortified castle; RECONSIDERING A CLASSIC A Southampton Property Embraces the Shingle Style Architecture by Robert A. M. Stem Architects Interior Design by Mariette Himes Gomez, ASID Text by Mildred F. Schmertz Photography by Steven Brooke; SPECIAL SECTION: HOTELS JAPAN: PARK HYATT TOKYO More than a Setting for Lost in Translation, the Hotel Asserts Its International Appeal Architecture by Kenzo Tange Interior Design by John Morford Text by Jonathan Kandell Photography by Erhard Pfeiffer; ITALY: LE MERIDIEN LINGOTTO ART + TECH Turin's Fiat Plant Reemerges as a Shaw case of Modern Design Architecture by Renzo Piano Text by Christopher Petkanas Photography by Marina Faust; SOUTH AFRICA: MAKANYANE SAFARI LODGE Cosmopolitan Adventure on a South African Reserve Architecture by Bruce Stafford Interior Design by Jenny Seddon of Paragon Interiors and Tessa Proudfoot Text by Peter Haldeman Photography by Tim Beddow; Departments LETTERS; CONTRIBUTORS; AD SHOPPING: TEXAS TREASURE HUNT Designer Laura Hunt Returns Home to Find the Best That Dallas Offers Text by Susan Sheehan Photography by David a Marlow; HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE: A GEORGIAN GEM Reclaiming a Pleasure Pavilion Set in the English Countryside Text by Michael Frank Photography by Durston Saylor. In Euston Park in Norfolk, The Temple, believed to be the last building designed by the Georgian talent William Kent. Current owners Philip and Tibouche Gunn. DISCOVERIES BY DESIGNERS Architectural Digest's Editors Present Designers' Sources; THE PROFESSIONALS: CESAR PELLI Creating an Architecture That Is Responsive to Function and Place By Nicholas von Hoffman; SPECIAL INTEREST: STEEPED IN TRADITION Recalling a Reverence for Ceremony at a Private Teahouse in Osaka Text by Jonathan Kandell Photography by Robert McLeod. A traditional teahouse build during the Taisho Period was the home of the late Kayako Sekiya, a teacher of tea ceremony; DESIGN NOTEBOOK: SUITED FOR CHANEL A Bold Redesign Invigorates the Flagship Boutique in Manhattan Architecture and Interior Design by Peter Marino, AIA Text by Philip Nobel Photography by Bruce Katz. The flagship Chanel boutique on 57th Street; ESTATES FOR SALE: EDITORS SELE PROPERTIES AROUND THE WORLD Designer Michael Schaible's New York Retreat (AD, May 1993) on Fire Island, New York. Venerable seaside structure on Corfu, and island in Greece. Staunton Hill, a plantation owned by the Bruce Family Since the early 1800s. Virginia. Bolney Court, built in 1910, is an Arts and Crafts residence on the Thames in Oxfordshire, England. High-Rise Apartments in the Bay Area's St. Regis Hotel, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. San Francisco; AD DIRECTORY A Listing of the Designers, Architects, Hotels and Shops Featured in This Issue.Binding: Paperback
Condition: Near Fine
Book Id: 19083