Stone

William Hall (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$49.95  $45.95
Publisher
Phaidon Press
Publish Date
September 25, 2019
Pages
224
Dimensions
10.2 X 1.0 X 11.7 inches | 3.85 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780714879253
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About the Author

William Hall trained at Central Saint Martins and began his career in the office of the minimalist architect John Pawson. He now runs his own design practice in London, working with clients such as Calvin Klein, MoMA and Tate. Hall is the author of Concrete, Brick and Wood (Phaidon 2012, 2015 and 2017).

Reviews

"An insightful global tour... Get lost in its visuals and upgrade your coffee table style by pre-ordering now."--Airows

"Stunning photographs of ancient tombs and churches, along with modern houses made out of volcanic rock and a material called clunch (basically chalk)... A global tour of more than 170 examples of the best rocky architecture of the past five millenniums."--The Globe & Mail

"Spotlights iconic stone architecture."--Hypebeast

"Stone demonstrates the positive environmental and aesthetic impact that using stone can have."--1stdibs

"This beautiful book on stonemasonry would grace any coffee table."--Crafts magazine

"Remarkable images from pre-history to today... stone is not an anachronism. It is the future."--Mature Times

"From its richly textured book jacket (yes, it feels like the grooves, or "plug and feather" lines, left behind when stone is split with metal wedges and pins), to the 170 "how'd they build that?" images, to author William Hall's descriptive, interesting text, Stone is a fascinating global tour of one of the world's oldest and most exceptional building materials."--Design Within Reach Blog

"This book is beautifully designed and thoroughly engaging for even the most novice admirer of architectural wonders."--ArtDesk Magazine

"Boundless inspiring images and studies of buildings made from each book's titular material."--Grand Designs magazine