For the past three weeks, I’ve kept a volume of Robert A. M. Stern’s work on my bedside table, along with Henry Russell Hitchcock’s biography of H. H. Richardson. But more on Richardson later. The drawing above shows a small garden folly elevation by Stern as well as a nine-square courtyard house it inspired below. More Stern-spiration to come.
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NICE COMBO! A lot of good things are happening here. It would be great to see this one fleshed out a bit more in an another post! Interiors please.
Thanks, amigo! I’ll take a shot at it over the weekend- rotundas, courtyards, and stacking glass sliders galore.
[…] I spent some time this weekend fleshing out the project featured in last week’s post ‘courtyards, nine squares, and robert a. m. stern‘. Plan with elevations, enlarged plans and axon above; perspective, details, and roof plan […]