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Casa Luis Barragan in Mexico City, Mexico - Luis Barragan
Photographs by Lasse Rode

Barragan: The Complete Works, Revised (2003), by Raul Rispa, is out of print but a few copies are still available.

Casa Alta presents the breathtaking results of a nearly three-decade-long labor of love—an abandoned courtyard house in a small Andalusian village in Southern Spain, restored and renovated by Victor Carrasco and Elizabeth McMillan. Stunning photographs by acclaimed photographer Richard Barnes capture the lived-in details of the house, part sanctuary and part labyrinth, from vibrant tiles and textiles to calming plants and pools. Book design by 2013 AIGA medalist Lucille Tenazas.

Gordon Brinckle’s meticulously constructed miniature version of a grand movie palace in his basement—The Shalimar. Photographs by Kendall Messick

From The Projectionist

Erik Sanko & Jessica Grindstaff’s Tribeca Apartment, New York City
Photographs by Bilyana Dimitrova

From To Each His Home: Inspired Interiors as Unique as Their Owners

The Aalto House | Helsinki, Finland | 1935-36

From Alvar Aalto Houses, now available in paperback.

Miller House | Columbus, Indiana | 1953-57

"…one of the most extraordinary collaborations assembled for the design of a Modern dwelling: Eero Saarinen (architect), Roche (project architect), Alexander Girard (interior design), and Daniel Kelly (landscape architect), with J. Irwin and Xenia Miller as clients." Photographs from Balthazar Korab: Architect of Photography, by John Comazzi, available now.

Eriko Horiki | A Canvas for Light

Although her medium is two-dimensional, Horiki uses washi paper to define spaces that convey Japanese notions of ephemerality. From Matter in the Floating World by Blaine Brownell

TED House, Syracuse, New York

Architect: Onion Flats

Photographs by Richard Barnes

From From the Ground Up: Innovative Green Homes, the first book in the New City Books series, available this fall.