Janson Goldstein Work
The Images Publishing Group
Territory: USA & Canada
Size: 9.75 in x 9.75 in
Illustrations: 300 color
- Provides a definitive statement of Janson Goldstein's full range of much-admired work, featuring acclaimed architecture and interior design themes presented on the world stage
- This collection acts as a strong reference for architects and interior designers wanting to take a look into a diverse practice, covering many residential, commercial, industrial and interior design industries
- Includes rich, full-color and detailed architectural illustrations and photography, coupled with a comprehensive text analysis by a leading industry figure to both educate and inspire readers
This is the first monograph by New York-based architecture and interior design firm Janson Goldstein. Janson Goldstein's diverse practice ranges from artisan-crafted custom furnishings, to highly personalized homes and apartments, to large-scale urban retail, hospitality, and condominium projects.
The firm's founding principles were to bring the disciplines of architecture and interior design together under one roof, and to embrace a diversity of project typologies. The result is a richness of unique ideas, from conceptual development through to the materiality of the executed work, that is evident in every project.
With this richly-photographed monograph, we illustrate how these principles have been implemented in more than 400 projects worldwide.