Book Talk w/ Andrew Heid
Join author and architect Andrew Heid in conversation around his book Glass Houses, featuring 50 architect-designed homes, including many California houses, that utilize glass to the maximum effect.
About Glass Houses: An inspiring collection of 50 spectacular houses built almost entirely from glass
Glass Houses presents 50 stunning architect designed homes that utilize glass to maximum effect. The international selection includes early modernist houses from the 1930s, such as Philip Johnson’s Glass House and Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House, and glamorous mid-century LA villas like Pierre Koenig’s Case Study #22, alongside outstanding contemporary examples, where new innovations have made even more daring glass structures possible. Each house is celebrated with awe-inspiring photographs that showcase the dynamic, light-filled living spaces that only glass can deliver.
Features homes in: Australia, Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, UK, USA, and Vietnam
Andrew Heid is the founding design principal of NO ARCHITECTURE. A licensed architect, Andrew Heid studied architecture at Yale University, the Architectural Association, and Princeton University. Prior to founding NO ARCHITECTURE in 2014, Andrew gained architectural design experience at REX and OMA in New York and Rotterdam. Andrew is currently Design Critic in Architecture at Harvard GSD and visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, and previously taught at New York Institute of Technology and Columbia University.
Doors at 6pm | Free