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Arriving May 22!
This inspired and aesthetically pleasing survey is perfect for anyone seeking interior design inspiration.
Publisher's Weekly
Lubell is a master of the form.
Introspective Magazine
As California Captured vividly shows, Rand photographed high-profile projects across Southern California... the book finally gives the photographer his due. - Architectural Digest 
A robust biography of Rand and a treasure trove of his sumptuous photographs." - Metropolis
An indispensable companion for travels up or down I-95.—Curbed
For daydreamers and explorers alike, Phaidon's new design-led travel guide to the USA's East Coast is the perfect companion. —
By any standard, this is a fascinating scholarly tour de force, ultimately paralleling in its brilliant ambition the infinite spectrum of its subject matter.- Kenneth Frampton, Ware Professor of Architecture, Columbia GSAPP
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Just as compelling as the extraordinary collections of drawings is the vivid language the authors use to tell the projects’ stories. Goldin and Lubell, whose editorial tone ranges from sarcastic to critical, introduce the reader to the people behind these visionary projects, giving us glimpses of their dreams and obsessions.- Arch Daily
Expansive yet concise, and a truly smart delight.
San Francisco Chronicle
Not only required reading for architecture junkies, it's also a handy tool for stringing together midcentury modern road trips. Author Sam Lubell's evocative descriptions are paired with luscious photos by Darren Bradley and together, they cover all the classics and uncover some hidden gems.—Curbed 
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A history of what didn't happen can sometimes be even more revealing and thought provoking than what did. -Architectural Record 
A lavish counter-history of the city as it might have been: a literal L.A. of the mind. -Los Angeles Times
The publisher’s fourth on the photographer and arguable its best.- Nylon
The publication of this new volume definitely begs the question: do we really need yet another book? JuliusShulman Los Angeles answers the question with a resounding YES. -  Society of Architectural Historians
Cantilevered over Los Angeles, tucked into a San Diego cliff, or sprawled across the Joshua Tree desert, the houses of Southern California are some of the most exciting on the planet. - Fast Company
A discerning tour of what is relatively new and interesting in London...also displays the author’s very welcome sensitivity to the recent shifts in design in London on a very human scale as the city of old accommodates a city of the new  - Arch News Now
This is history in the making, instead of a retelling of a familiar topic, namely how Paris became the canvas on which these architects work. -Architectural Record 


and Contributions

Gathering, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, Author
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Steven Ehrlich, Houses, Introduction
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