WILLIAM TURNBULL, JR.: BUILDING IN THE LANDSCAPE.
This large-size volume documents 20 of William Turnbull's most well-known structures, ranging in scope from the Sea Ranch Condominium I (1965), designed by Turnbull in collaboration with Charles Moore, Donlyn Lyndon, and Richard Whitaker (WLTW), to his own house in Napa Valley, CA (1991). Turnbull buildings' create a dialog with the landscape that resonates in the structural character of his works and reflects the integral nature of his design approach. In contrast to the hegemony of materials and style of Modernism's international style, Turnbull flourished with an altogether different emphasis of site specificity.
10.2 x 1 x 13 inches