Living in Nature showcases a selection of architect-designed houses that have something fundamental in common: a special relationship with the natural world. Each of the book's 50 homes is carefully chosen for its stunning location, whether cocooned within the earth itself or soaring high amongst treetops, surrounded by cooling waters or resisting the desert heat. With a wealth of photographs showcasing each house inside and out, Living in Nature offers inspiration — and tranquility.
Phaidon Editors are grounded in both academic and professional expertise in a diverse range of subjects including art, architecture, cookery and design. Working with a broad and diverse panel of contributors from around the world, Phaidon Editors have created many of Phaidon's classic publications, including 30,000 Years of Art, The Fashion Book, The Gardener's Garden and the Atlas of Brutalist Architecture.
Hardcover, 11 x 10 in., 256 pages, 250 illustrations