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The residential works of Robert A.M. Stern.
Robert A. M. Stern
|Other titles||A + [i.e. and] U, architecture and urbanism.|
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|Pagination||232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP, is a person architecture, interior design, and landscape design firm. Residential work remains at the heart of the firm's diverse practice. Whether overlooking the ocean or nestled into the mountainside, the firm's remarkable residences reveal its emphasis on context and a dedication to creating a sense of. Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) is an architecture firm based in New York established by Robert A.M. Stern (as Stern Hagmann Architects) in , it is now organized as a limited liability partnership with 16 general partners. The firm's portfolio includes a variety of building types as well as planning, landscape design, interior design, and product design, throughout the U.S.
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History is the lens through which Robert A.M. Stern and his fifteen design partners envision an architecture for today. Robert A.M. Stern Architects: Buildings and Projects – is the seventh volume in a series that encompasses the breadth of the firm’s work since Stern’s earliest projects in the mids. The firm was founded in by Robert A.M. Stern, and Mr. Stern, Dean of the Yale School of Architecture since , continues to lead the practice. He is one of the foremost historians of New York City, co-author of the highly acclaimed five-volume New York book series that documents the development of New York City’s architecture and.
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Robert A.M. Stern: Buildings is the first monograph to focus solely on more than fifteen years of the firm's non-residential work. Divided thematically, it contains over thirty projects, each thoroughly documented with extensive photography and drawings.
Educator, historian, and architect, Robert A.M. Stern is the founding partner of Robert A.M. Stern Architects; he served as dean of the Yale School of Architecture from to He is lead author of a monumental five-volume New York series that documents the city's architecture and urbanism from the Civil War to the : Robert A.M.
Stern. His firm, Robert A. Stern Architects, was first recognized for its distinguished houses, and residential design remains the cornerstone of the practice. This beautifully illustrated monograph—a companion to the best-selling Robert A. Stern: Houses— presents twenty-six of the firm’s most memorable houses.
Robert A. Stern is the founding partner of Robert A. Stern Architects and dean of the Yale School of Architecture. He is the author of the monumental five-volume history of New York’s architecture and urban development, culminating with New York /5(2).
Robert A.M. Stern Architects is a person firm of architects, landscape architects, interior designers, and supporting staff. Robert A.
Stern Architects: Buildings and Projects by Robert A. Stern, Peter Morris Dixon, et al. | Jan 6, out of 5 stars 3. Robert A.M. Stern has 61 books on Goodreads with ratings. Robert A.M. Stern’s most popular book is New York Architecture Between the Two World Missing: residential works.
About the Author Daniel Lobitz has been responsible for the design of residential and hotel projects from London to Los Angeles and has contributed to Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ large-scale planning work, including an urban infill project in the Netherlands that was honored with a Charter Award by the Congress for the New : The Monacelli Press.
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Robert A. Stern Architects, over its forty-year history and across a wide range of building types, has defined principles common to all projects. Stern articulates the ideas that govern his design process through this rich visual presentation of all.
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Stern has been involved in vast urban planning projects such as the renovation of 42nd Street theater block in New York City. Along with architect Jaquelin Robertson, Robert A.M. Stern was the master planner for Celebration, Florida. Robert A.M. Stern Architects: Buildings and Projects - —the eighth volume in the firm’s Buildings and Projects series—marks the fiftieth anniversary of Robert A.M.
Stern’s independent architectural ng on the work of the past five years, the book features more than one hundred buildings that reflect the firm’s global reach, including academic buildings for.
Educator, historian, and architect, Robert A.M. Stern is the founding partner of Robert A.M. Stern Architects; he served as dean of the Yale School of Architecture from to He is lead author of a monumental five-volume New York series that documents the city's architecture and urbanism from the Civil War to the : The Monacelli Press.
Robert A. Stern, the principal partner of the architectural practice he founded inis also dean of the Yale School of Architecture.
In addition to monographs on the firm's work, Stern has written a series of books on New York's architecture and urbanism, including New YorkNew YorkNew Yorkand New York Pages: In over thirty years of practice, Robert A.
Stern has developed a distinctive architecture committed to the synthesis of tradition and innovation and, above all, to the creation and enhancement of a meaningful sense of place.
Inspired by the great legacy of American architecture, the firm of Robert A. Stern Architects has produced a variety of building types in a range of stylistic. Robert A.M. Stern, in full Robert Arthur Morton Stern, (bornNew York, New York, U.S.), American postmodern architect whose buildings incorporate a variety of historical styles.
Stern studied at Columbia University (B.A., ) in New York City and Yale University (M.A., ) in New Haven, Connecticut. He worked in partnership with John Hagmann from to and then Missing: residential works. Robert A.M. Stern ( ), founder and senior partner in the firm of Robert A.M.
Stern Architects of New York City and dean of the School from untilis the recipient of the Topaz Medallion, awarded jointly by the American Institute of Architects and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture in recognition of outstanding service to architectural education.
"The past fifteen years have lifted the high-rise residential apartment to center stage as a building type," writes Robert A. M. Stern in the foreword to his stalwart firm 's latest monograph. Overview This comprehensive, lavishly illustrated survey of the most recent work of Robert A.
M. Stern Architects, arguably the most versatile of the "starchitects," is an essential reference for architecture offices and libraries and an exceptionally handsome volume that will appeal to architecture : The Monacelli Press.Praise for City Living "In the monumental book City Living, presenting residential buildings by Robert A.M.
Stern Architects, we find a good amount of graphic information and short explanations about the high-rise apartment houses raised by this practice in the past decades." —Arquitectura Viva “By now, most New Yorkers with any interest in real estate or architecture have an intuitive.