Allied Works Architecture / Dwelling, focuses on nine of the firm’s signature residential projects. Sharing a profound concern for land, light and craft, each house is carefully attuned to the specific character of its site and the needs of the client. The projects range from modest coastal cabins, spectacular mountain homes, elegant urban infill structures, and large estates for dwelling, entertaining and viewing art.
The 224-page book includes a catalogue of residential works spanning the 23-year history of Allied Works, essays by Brad Cloepfil and Joseph Becker, writer and curator for Architecture at SFMoMA, and new photography by Jeremy Bittermann. Dwelling was developed and designed in-house by Brian Walbergh in Portland, Oregon, edited by Ron Broadhurst in New York, and released by Rizzoli in October 2017.