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“George Ranalli is internationally celebrated and published for his work in historic settings, National Register Historic Landmark buildings and settings with rich design and craft traditions. In Situ is his operational strategy in the design of these new buildings and additions to these complexes, providing contemporary and creative structures that also blend in seamlessly with their historic environments. ”

In Situ: George Ranalli | Works & Projects

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In Situ George Ranalli | Works & Projects

Introduction by Michael Sorkin
Main text by George Ranalli
Interview with Susan Szenasy
Essays by Joseph Giovannini / Paul Goldberger / Ada Louise Huxtable / Herbert Muschamp and Anthony Vidler
Edited by Oscar Riera Ojeda

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In Situ sums up the theoretical position embodied in the work of New York architect George Ranalli. Over the past thirty-two years, George Ranalli has worked on projects in New York, other states in the US, and across the world that have involved large-scale urban design, houses in the landscape, additions, renovations of major landmark buildings and new constructions. George Ranalli is internationally celebrated and published for his work in historic settings, National Register Historic Landmark buildings and settings with rich design and craft traditions. In Situ is his operational strategy in the design of these new buildings and additions to these complexes, providing contemporary and creative structures that also blend in seamlessly with their historic environments.The projects have developed a rich craft and design vocabulary, which links this work to the origins and roots of the longer craft tradition in design and architecture.

 

In Situ
George Ranalli,Works & Projects

Book Size: 9.45 x 8.45 in / 240 x 215 mm
Box Size: 9.60 x 8.60 x 2 in / 243 x 218 x 50 mm
Format: Square
Pages: 496
Language: English
Photographs: 455
Illustrations: 690
Edition: Hardcover in clamshell box with DVD (978-988-16194-7-1)