Synopses & Reviews
World-renowned textile designer and weaver Jack Lenor Larsen reflects on his extraordinary life and career in this beautifully illustrated memoir. From the postwar design scene to anecdotes about his collaborators I.M. Pei, Louis Kahn, and Edward Larrabee Barnes, this is a fascinating account by a man whose name is now synonymous with exquisite woven fabrics. Larsen is also an accomplished gardener and garden designer, a tireless traveler, a patron of younger artists, and an avid collector of crafts from around the world.