Books

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Cutting-edge examples of the use of optical illusion in design—from trompe l’oeil to anamorphosis—to solve various challenges, be they space or budget related, or that act as aesthetic features in architecture and the fields that rub elbows with it: art, design, and furniture. 

"New York Living: Re-Inventing Home presents a wide perspective on New York habitats - from expansive pedigreed apartments in Manhattan to Staten Island homes. Much like the inhabitants of New York, this book has a diverse range of apartments - layered, minimalist, classic and contemporary."
—Forbes.com

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"Holding the dark at bay, the dreamlike poems of Gay Giordano's Waking From So Rich A Nightmare stand against the unknown, intuiting with wit and vision that which we can perceive, even if only fleetingly."

—Publisher's Review

Articles

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