- Features the homes of a range of leading architects from around the world, including the United States, United Kingdom, India, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Scandinavia, and Europe- Explores the interior design techniques, art and decorative pieces, furnishings, materials, and technology incorporated into the homes of those who know the most about them- Collects together more than 40 works, beautifully presented with rich and glorious color photography throughoutThis stunning book takes you on a thrilling tour through the fascinating, eclectic and stylish abodes of some of the world's best-known architects. Not only do these pages offer a rare glimpse into each architect's personal, private environment, but each uniquely designed project provides insight into how each architect marries trends with their own personal philosophy, and how they inject interior design flair into their own contemporary domain. Combining rich photography and spectacular imagery with an incisive summary by a leading architecture specialist, Architects at Home provides a rich source for those keen to delve into the design aesthetics, concepts and innovations of prominent architects from around the globe.
About the Author
Originally from England, John V. Mutlow, FAIA, practises architecture in Los Angeles and teaches at the University of Southern California. He is an ACSA Distinguished Professor and Director of Global Studies at the university. Noted for his extensive work in the areas of multi-family and single family housing, especially with the Hispanic community in Los Angeles, which has led to his professional exchanges with Mexican architects. Prof. Mutlow has has received numerous design awards and written extensively, including Architects' Homes (ISBN 9781864706086), and The American House: Design for Living (ISBN 9781875498109).