AIA Gold Medal | E. Fay Jones, 1990
Now available for the first time in paperback, this award-winning volume explores the entire range of Fay Jones's work in beautiful text, exquisite graphic design, and images from leading architectural photographers.
Inside you'll find the organic forms, integrated with nature, that Jones--a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright--brought to residences, churches, and many other buildings. JJones is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and, in 1990, was the recipient of its highest honor, the AIA Gold Medal.
Written by Robert Adams Ivy, Jr., Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Record and an architect himself, and combining "the highest standards of scholarship, design and production," according to an award from the Art Library Societies of North America, this book was originally published by the AIA Press and quickly sold out its entire printing. When you look inside you'll see why. Filled with beautiful images from photographers such as Ezra Stoller, it offers lovers of architecture an opportunity to experience the work of one of the greatest designers of the second half of the twentieth century and to keep the inspiration of Fay Jones always at hand.
by Robert Adams Ivy, Jr
McGraw-Hill Professional, 2001
Paperback, 224 pages
9 x 0.78 x 11.9 inches
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