a cura di Oscar Riera Ojeda
The work of James Cutler and Bruce Anderson of Cutler Anderson Architects reveals a unique approach to sustainable architecture: encouraging environmental stewardship through design that heightens the experience of the natural world. Each project begins with a careful investigation of site and material and culminates in a well-crafted building that fits seamlessly into the landscape. This monograph examines Cutler Anderson’s practice as it expands beyond their widely admired houses to include public buildings. Among the thirty award-winning projects featured are innovative structures—residential as well as institutional—that show the firm’s refinement of structural expressiveness, articulated details, and multilayered transitions. Stunning photographs are supplemented by complete project documentation, including sketches, diagrams, presentation drawings, working drawings, and models.
> James L.Cutler FAIA is a Registered Architect in Washington, Alaska, New York, Hawaii, Tennessee, Montana, Rhode Island and North Carolina. He has a Master of Architecture degree from the Louis I. Kahn Studio program and both Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. Cutler Anderson Architects is currently involved in many projects both nationally and internationally, including residences in Moscow, Russia, Narty, Poland, Mill Valley, California, the Hudson River Valley in New York, Block Island, Rhode Island, and commercial and mixed use projects in the Puget Sound area of Washington state.
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