Mill Reef Style : The Mid-century Modern Architecture of Robertson Ward
In 1946, Robertson Ward embarked on the Caribbean's most successful architectural endeavor: Mill Reef Club. At a time when images of nuclear war stalked the American imagination and architects were preoccupied with the grimmer strains of modernism-skyscrapers, airports, and bunkers-Ward rebelled, creating instead the Mill Reef Club. This book presents an illustrated study of his amazing vision.
- Hardback | 144 pages
- 236.22 x 347.98 x 17.78mm | 1,247.37g
- 16 Jan 2012
- Derrydale Press
- Missoula, United States
- 114 colour illustrations
About Stephen S. Lash
Elizabeth Ballantine is a lawyer and journalist living in McLean, Virginia. Stephen S. Lash is chairman emeritus of Christie's in New York. Richard Cheek has devoted his career to recording the visual history of American architecture and landscape design through photography. He is the author of fourteen photographic books.