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.

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