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Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp
Kobi Karp

Kobi Karp


$175.00

ASSOULINE

9781614287858

31427752788052

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Description

Kobi Karp earned both environmental design and architecture degrees and passed the Architect Registration Exam at only twenty-five. Now, over two decades later, the eponymous Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design is an award-winning firm with a host of diverse clients working on varied project types. Kobi Karp’s work is strikingly imaginative as they strive to implement designs that make sense in the surrounding natural and contextual environment. The firm is renowned for their inventive, innovative, and unique non-static designs for private residences, hospitality, retail, and high-rise resident developments. To deliver the “soul” in their architecture and interior design is behind every project, and the individuality and personality of the man himself is injected into every building. This book examines the visionary and original body of work that Kobi Karp has produced over the last two decades, such as the magnificent mansions of single family homes, The Surf Club, The Cadillac Hotel, and Fisher Island.

Details
  • 267 pages
  • illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in December 2019
  • W 11 x L 13.9 x D 1.9 in
  • Hardcover with slipcase
  • ISBN:
  • 8.4 lb
About the Author
Ian Volner has written about architecture and design for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Atlantic and The New Yorker online among other publications, and is a contributor editor at Architect. His most recent book is Michael Graves: Design for Life (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017).

Kobi Karp
$175.00

ASSOULINE

9781614287858

31427752788052

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Description

Kobi Karp earned both environmental design and architecture degrees and passed the Architect Registration Exam at only twenty-five. Now, over two decades later, the eponymous Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design is an award-winning firm with a host of diverse clients working on varied project types. Kobi Karp’s work is strikingly imaginative as they strive to implement designs that make sense in the surrounding natural and contextual environment. The firm is renowned for their inventive, innovative, and unique non-static designs for private residences, hospitality, retail, and high-rise resident developments. To deliver the “soul” in their architecture and interior design is behind every project, and the individuality and personality of the man himself is injected into every building. This book examines the visionary and original body of work that Kobi Karp has produced over the last two decades, such as the magnificent mansions of single family homes, The Surf Club, The Cadillac Hotel, and Fisher Island.

Details
  • 267 pages
  • illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in December 2019
  • W 11 x L 13.9 x D 1.9 in
  • Hardcover with slipcase
  • ISBN:
  • 8.4 lb
About the Author
Ian Volner has written about architecture and design for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Atlantic and The New Yorker online among other publications, and is a contributor editor at Architect. His most recent book is Michael Graves: Design for Life (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017).

Description

Details

About the Author

Kobi Karp earned both environmental design and architecture degrees and passed the Architect Registration Exam at only twenty-five. Now, over two decades later, the eponymous Kobi Karp Architecture and Interior Design is an award-winning firm with a host of diverse clients working on varied project types. Kobi Karp’s work is strikingly imaginative as they strive to implement designs that make sense in the surrounding natural and contextual environment. The firm is renowned for their inventive, innovative, and unique non-static designs for private residences, hospitality, retail, and high-rise resident developments. To deliver the “soul” in their architecture and interior design is behind every project, and the individuality and personality of the man himself is injected into every building. This book examines the visionary and original body of work that Kobi Karp has produced over the last two decades, such as the magnificent mansions of single family homes, The Surf Club, The Cadillac Hotel, and Fisher Island.

  • 267 pages
  • illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in December 2019
  • W 11 x L 13.9 x D 1.9 in
  • Hardcover with slipcase
  • ISBN:
  • 8.4 lb
Ian Volner has written about architecture and design for The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New Republic, The Atlantic and The New Yorker online among other publications, and is a contributor editor at Architect. His most recent book is Michael Graves: Design for Life (Princeton Architectural Press, 2017).