Thomas Kligerman grew up in Connecticut and New Mexico, then spent time in France and England while studying at Columbia and Yale. His time in these unique locations influences his interest in vernacular architecture, leading him to create his own style. His designs fuse the high desert designs of the Southwest and the shingle-clad residences of New England. Shingle and Stone examines the renowned architect's signature aesthetic and its evolution throughout his career. Featuring plans, renderings, and sketches, the book showcases 13 of Kligerman's projects, ranging from seaside dwelling on Martha's Vineyard and the Hamptons to the rural retreats in the Pacific Northwest. It's written by the architect himself in collaboration with design editor Mitchell Owens and includes over 200 inspiring images.
Width: 10.25" / Height: 12.5" / 280 pages