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- STRANGE BUT TRUE. // Scholastic News -- Edition 3;3/23/2009, Vol. 65 Issue 18, p3
A photograph of an upside down house build on the German island of Usedom is presented.
- urbane planning. Abell, Judith // Houses;2008, Issue 61, p16
The article deals with a house in Melbourne, Victoria designed by architects at Woods Bagot in collaboration with interior design practice Hecker Phelan & Guthrie.
- STAGE PERFORMER. Crafti, Stephen // Houses;2008, Issue 61, p95
The article describes the elevated beach house located in Lorne, Victoria designed by Studio 101.
- from the art. Lee, Gini // Houses;2008, Issue 61, p101
The article focuses on a family home in Adelaide, South Australia designed through a collaboration between local architect Dimitty Andersen and Nexus Designs.
- From the publisher. Graham, Dale K. // Antiques & Collecting Magazine;Oct96, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p82
Comments on the collections displayed at the House on the Rock in Madison, Wisconsin. Creation of the house by Alex Jordan in the 1940s; Descriptions of collections featured.
- Prime dislocation. Dietsch, D.K. // Architectural Record;Mid-Sep1988, Vol. 176 Issue 11, p78
Designs and photographs of the Emily Fuller/Newby Toms residence and studio in New York City designed by Eisenman Architects/Yorgancioglu Architects. Outlines the renovation of the loft area.
- A house divided. Dietsch, D.K. // Architectural Record;Jul1989, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p88
Describes the Tegel Harbor villa in West Berlin designed by Chicagoan Stanley Tigerman of Tigerman McCurry Architects.
- Star turn. Dietsch, D.K. // Architectural Record;Jul1989, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p89
Describes the Tegel Harbor villa in West Berlin designed by American architect Robert Stern.
- House redux. Dietsch, D.K. // Architectural Record;Jul1989, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p90
Describes the Tegel Harbor villa in West Berlin designed by American architect John Hejduk.
- The perfect wave. Canty, D.J. // Architectural Record;Mid-Apr1990, Vol. 178 Issue 5, p52
Describes the design of a vacation house in Stinson Beach, near San Francisco, California, designed by architect Stanley Saitowitz. Features the upswept roof and shiplike prow of the house which is Saitowitz's metaphor for the seashore. Interiordetails.