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By William Curtis,Russell Windham,Stephen Fox,Sam White

Since the beginnings in their architectural perform in 1992, William Curtis and Russell Windham have devoted their paintings to the primary that classical structure, in its top feel, may still embrace an identical rigor, an identical realization to atmosphere, and an identical considerate method of layout concept that fuels the main forward-looking kinds and movements.

during this graciously appointed publication, Curtis and Windham examine greater than twenty years of the perform of classical modern structure, supplying an expansive view of eighteen consultant projects.

establishing with a contextualizing creation by way of esteemed architectural historian Stephen Fox, A imaginative and prescient of Place records the authors’ quiet statement that conscientiously thought of paintings played alongside conventional traces will be, in its personal method, groundbreaking. Curtis and Windham reveal the flexibility of classical beliefs and techniques for instilling a modern resonance of place.

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