A Decade of Art & Architecture, 1992 – 2002
This special hardcover volume was produced in 2002 by the Editors of The Classicist in conjunction with the Institute’s 10th Anniversary Celebration.
The book features a provocative Introduction by well-known architect and Dean of the Yale Architecture School, Robert A. M. Stern. Also included are several personal accounts about how the Institute began and its accomplishments over the last decade. The rest of the book is devoted to a large portfolio of work created by 100 architects, artists, and artisans during the last ten years.
The portfolio is organized by location of the offices and individuals and includes the work of California architect Marc Appleton and Washington-based Allan Greenberg. The Allied Artists represented include David Ligare, Carlo Maria Mariani, and John Woodrow Kelley. Our readers will find work from established and respected firms alongside those of young, up-and-coming offices both here in the United States and abroad.
The spirit and ideology of our previous publications is present and perhaps is even more defined with the inclusion of many building types, regional styles, traditional town planning, and a range of art that spans the classical spectrum. Projects vary in size, scope, and budget but all reflect the dynamic trend toward contemporary work that is informed by history.
Hardcover, Smyth sewn, Printed in duotones, Paper: Lustro 100lb Dull, 480 illustrations, photographs, and drawings, ISBN 0-9642601-0-7, OUT OF PRINT.