Allied Works Architecture / Dwelling to be released on October 31st

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Sep 25, 2017

On October 31, Rizzoli will release Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling, a 224-page book surveying the firm’s growing portfolio of residential projects, ranging from a multi-story loft in Tribeca to quiet coastal retreats in the Pacific Northwest. The houses resonate with their place and purpose and reveal a profound concern for land, light and craft. Projects include:

Dutchess County Guest House in Stanfordville, New York, an intimate retreat woven into a mature forest of oak, hickory and birch;

Glisan Street Residence a mixed-use infill building in the oldest retail neighborhood of Portland, Oregon;

Sun Valley Residence in Ketchum, Idaho, a composition in concrete that frames views of the Sawtooth Mountains and native meadows; and

Blue Lake Residence a quite retreat of fir, cedar and local stone that is at once elemental and at one with the land.

Dwelling also features several never-before published works, a catalog of Allied Works' residential projects, newly commissioned photography and essays by Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works and Joseph Becker, Associate Curator of Architecture and Design at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

DETAILS: Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling
By Brad Cloepfil
Hardcover, 10 x 11”
Rizzoli
USD $55.00
ISBN 978-0-8478-6032-6

On October 31, Rizzoli will release Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling, a 224-page book surveying the firm’s growing portfolio of residential projects, ranging from a multi-story loft in Tribeca to quiet coastal retreats in the Pacific Northwest. The houses resonate with their place and purpose and reveal a profound concern for land, light and craft. Projects include:

Dutchess County Guest House in Stanfordville, New York, an intimate retreat woven into a mature forest of oak, hickory and birch;

Glisan Street Residence a mixed-use infill building in the oldest retail neighborhood of Portland, Oregon;

Sun Valley Residence in Ketchum, Idaho, a composition in concrete that frames views of the Sawtooth Mountains and native meadows; and

Blue Lake Residence a quite retreat of fir, cedar and local stone that is at once elemental and at one with the land.

Dwelling also features several never-before published works, a catalog of Allied Works' residential projects, newly commissioned photography and essays by Brad Cloepfil of Allied Works and Joseph Becker, Associate Curator of Architecture and Design at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

DETAILS: Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling
By Brad Cloepfil
Hardcover, 10 x 11”
Rizzoli
USD $55.00
ISBN 978-0-8478-6032-6