LAKE FLATO: THE HOUSES: RESPECTING THE LAND

por OJEDA, OSCAR

RIZZOLI

LAKE FLATO: THE HOUSES: RESPECTING THE LAND

ISBN: 978-0-8478-6999-2
Fecha de la edición: 2021
Edición Nº: 1
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Encuadernación: CARTONE
Nº Pág.: 272

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In October, leading design publisher Rizzoli is publishing a new monograph on Lake Flato's residential work. Titled 'Lake Flato Houses: Respecting the Land' the architecture book will feature a wealth of homes, such as Verde Creek Residence that showcase the firm's careful considerations of place, the environment, and family living. --WALLPAPER

Lake Flato's architecture offices are in San Antonio and Austin, but they've designed homes for clients all over the country. What's consistent in that wide-ranging oeuvre is a sense of place: In every instance, Flato works to use local materials and employ local artisans. The result is a series of modernist homes that look different from all the others (in a good way) and reflect a city's roots. --ROBB REPORT

One of our best allies in sustainability is low-carbon construction--an area in which Austin and San Antonio architects LakeFlato have developed expertise over more than 30 years in the business. Through its work, which often taps into regional materials, the studio has proved that a home that is responsibly made can also be visually stunning. Take Horizon House, a residence in Las Vegas: Marrying steel, glass, and rammed-earth construction, the home is sleek and modern, as well as respectful of the environment and local building vernacular. Fittingly, the longtime sustainability advocate Ed Mazria (author of the 2030 Challenge) penned the foreword to this book, which presents 16 projects builtbetween 2014 and 2020. --ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST



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