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Creating the Not So Big Houseby Sarah Susanka
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In this sequel to The Not So Big House, Sarah Susanka shows readers how to create extraordinary "Not So Big" homes. She leads a personal tour through 25 of the most beautiful, well-designed homes in North America. More than 200 color photos, floor plans and design details illustrate this innovative philosophy.
This sequel to "The Not So Big House" thoughtfully considers 20 new homes and five remodels that span a broad range of styles, climates, and landscape considerations to show how the not-so-big ideal can work in any setting. Photos. Illustrations.
A sequel to The Not So Big House focuses on comfort, lifestyle, and durability by exploring twenty new homes and five remodels that encompass a vast array of styles, climates, and landscapes. Original. 50,000 first printing.
About the Author
Sarah Susanka is one of the leading residential architects in the United States. Her first book, "The Not So Big House," topped best-seller charts in Home and Garden categories in its first year of publication. Susanka has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Charlie Rose Show, and NPR's Diane Rehm Show. She is a former principal and founding partner of Mulfinger, Susanka, Mahady and Partners, Inc., the firm chosen by LIFE magazine to design its 1999 Dream House.Crawford is a photographer whose work has appeared in every major national and international architecture magazine as well as in several books on architecture and design.
Sarah Susanka is known far and wide as the leader of a movement that has redefined the American home. She has shared her insights in many best-selling books, including The Not So Big House, the revolutionary title that started it all. Susanka has been invited to share her insights on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Charlie Rose, and HGTV; she is regularly profiled in leading shelter magazines and newspapers, including The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
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