From glass-paneled walls to sweeping rooflines, John Lautner is responsible for some of the most original buildings of the 20th century. His geometric structures are perched upon the hillsides, beaches, and deserts of California, with several of his houses now labeled Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments. This introductory book features his key works and his iconic aesthetic, while exploring his ingenious use of modern building materials and his bold stylistic repertoire. Written by Barbara-Ann Campbell-Lange. Edited by Peter Gössel.
- 8.5” x 10.3”
- 96 pages