From Within - The Architecture of Helena Arahuete
|Author||A. Hess; S. Perea; M. Zeiger|
The first publication on the life and work of the Argentine-American architect Helena Arahuete explores how she is one of the few architects who still practice the original principles of organic architecture, pioneered by Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan over a century ago. The book expands the scholarship on organic architecture by illuminating Arahuete’s personal philosophy and integration of this tradition with the current discourse on sustainability. With contributions by Alan Hess, Silvia Perea, and Mimi Zeiger, the catalogue appears with an exhibition on her work and influence at the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
|192 p, ills colour, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English|