In over thirty years of practice, Robert A.M. Stern has developed a distinctive architecture committed to the synthesis of tradition and innovation and to the creation and enhancement of a meaningful sense of place. Inspired by the legacy of great American architecture, his firm, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, has produced a wide variety of building types at differing scales in a range of stylistic vocabularies throughout the world. This monograph, which follows four earlier volumes documenting Stern's practice, includes more than one hundred projects from the years 1999-2003.Jim Mutugi, aquot;Welcome to Versailles, aquot; HARBUS (student newspaper, Harvard Business School), January 16, 2001, 1, 4. Robert Campbell ... aquot;Noted Architect Designs Sales Center for Unique East 65th Street Condominium, aquot; New York Times Magazine, April 25, 1999, 86. aquot;Architects: ... Frank and Susan Bescher, letter to the editor, Architectural Digest, October 2002, 35. The Seville ... Alan S. Oser, aquot;A Rental Builder Shifts to High Gear, aquot; New York Times, June 21, 1998, 11:l , 6. Robert A. M.anbsp;...
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