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SEP-OCT 2017

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slmag.net 49 Founded 35 years ago in Montgomery, AL, Bobby McAlpine's architecture firm now boasts offices in New York, Atlanta and Nashville. Simultaneously traditional and timeless, a McAlpine- designed home exhibits English, American and European styles in a forward-thinking fashion. e latest book to showcase his residential work profiles twenty projects, narrated by McAlpine. Bobby McAlpine & Susan Sully–Poetry of Place: e New Architecture and Interiors of McAlpine–Hardcover, 288 pages, Rizzoli (rizzoliusa.com). bib 'li' o 'taph, [bib-lee-uhtaf, -tahf ]: a person who caches or hoards books Interiors of some of the Chicago area's greatest buildings, designed by celebrated architects, are brought together and featured in stunning original photographs. is special collection of homes, religious spaces, and commercial and public structures give visual meaning to Frank Lloyd Wright's belief that "the space within becomes the reality of the building." Patrick F. Cannon (author), James Caulfield (photographer)–e Space Within: Inside Great Chicago Buildings– Hardcover, 320 pages, Pomegranate (pomegranate.com). Indianapolis native Suzanne Kasler has gone on to become one of the most sought after interior designers in the country, managing top-tier commissions and product lines for the likes of La Cornue, Lee Jofa and Hickory Chair, among others, from her Atlanta office. Her second book highlights her iconic aesthetic, featuring projects from Greenwich, CT to Columbus, GA. Suzanne Kasler, Christine Pittel, Doug Turshen & David Huang–Suzanne Kasler: Timeless Style–Hardcover, 304 pages, Rizzoli (rizzoliusa.com).

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