Eliot Noyes Series

Below is a list of in-print works in this collection, presented in series order or publication order as applicable.

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Cover: Carlos Jiménez: House and Studio

Carlos Jiménez: House and Studio

Fields, Darell
Hodge, Brooke

“My proximity to this path’s every turn…offers an auspicious vantage point from which to reflect on the implications of architecture in one’s life. I now gather some observations, memories, and moments, all of which emerge through one biographical detail or another…”—From an essay by Carlos Jiménez

Cover: Enrique Norten: A House in the City

Enrique Norten: A House in the City

Hodge, Brooke

“What I was looking for…was probably a return to the main principles of modernism. I was trying to look for the very basics of architecture: a simple structure, simple construction methods, and straightforward spatial conditions… The house was a laboratory where I was looking back to where the tradition of modernity started.”—Enrique Norten [from an interview]

Cover: Beyond Surface Appeal: Literalism, Sensibilities, and Constituencies in the Work of James Carpenter

Beyond Surface Appeal: Literalism, Sensibilities, and Constituencies in the Work of James Carpenter

Whiting, Sarah

Two essays and a set of original diagrams consider the parameters of the “something beyond” in James Carpenter’s projects. Photographs and extended captions from Carpenter complete this book’s documentation of key projects.

Imagining the End: Mourning and Ethical Life, by Jonathan Lear, from Harvard University Press

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