Synopses & Reviews
The increased demand for space has created a shortage of unused land to build on. This book represents a fascinating look at 25 small houses belonging to international architects whove demonstrated their ability to take full advantage of every square foot available. Projects range in size and include work like the Keenan Tower house, a home-office in New York city, the Phillips House in Chicago, the Moore Honey House in North Carolina and more.
About the Author
Alejandro Bahamón, 1972, is a Colombian architect who has been working in Spain since 1997. After working as photographer, architect and architectural editor in his country he went to Barcelona to develop a Ph.D. program about Interior Public Spaces in the Higher Technical School ofArchitecture of Barcelona. Since 2000 he has had his own architecturaloffice, where he develops research, interior design and architectural projects at medium and small scales. He combines his work as an architectwith his academic and publishing work, collaborating as a writer and editorfor various publications including the books Houses on the Edge and Small Apartments.