Edward Larrabee Barnes
Vintage hardback coffee table book featuring the influential architectural work of Edward Larrabee Barnes. By Peter Blake, published in 1994. 1st edition, 256 pages.
"The eminent architect Edward Larrabee Barnes is a member of the generation of influential modernists that emerged in America after World War II. After studying architecture at Harvard University under Bauhaus masters Marcel Breuer and Walter Gropius, Barnes set up his own practice in New York in 1949. Since then, over the course of a long and varied career, he has worked in a modern vocabulary shaped by his own approach to geometry, composition, and siting."