Home: The Twentieth-Century House (Watson-Guptill, 1999) by Deyan Sudjic showcases individual homes by some of the world’s most innovative architects.
From Charles Rennie Mackintosh to Le Corbusier, from Philip Johnson to Richard Meier, from Frank Gehry to Rem Koolhaas, the century’s most influential architects have revolutionized the for of the individual home, thereby affecting patterns of domestic life. Home takes a fascinating, colorful look at this revolution, exploring not only architecture, but also interior design, furniture, and appliances, and the ties between the changing form of the home and shifts in domestic life.
– Deyan Sudjic, Home: The Twentieth-Century House (Watson-Guptill, 1999), excerpt from the book description
The text is in English. The book is richly illustrated with colour photos.
The copy in stock is in good condition. The dust jacket is in good shape; the pages are clean; the binding is fine.