Architecture Books – Week 07/2022
The latest review on A Weekly Dose of Architecture Books:
Two Interior Design Books: Interior Design since 1900, Fourth Edition by Anne Massey, published by Thames & Hudson; Making America Modern: Interior Design in the 1930s by Marilyn F. Friedman, published by Bauer and Dean Publishers.
What is the most influential book on interior design over the last fifty years? (Feel free to respond to this newsletter with suggestions) I don't know, but I'm guessing Emilio Ambasz's Italy: The New Domestic Landscape (MoMA, 1972) is a top contender:
A few recently received books:
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I’m giving away one paperback copy of Selling Good Design: Promoting the Early Modern Interior by Marilyn F. Friedman (Rizzoli, 2003). If you live in the US and want it, just reply to this email; I’ll randomly choose a recipient before next week’s newsletter.
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