Robert Arthur King teaches at the New York School of Interior Design and lives in Manhattan.
"Implicitly, King makes a case against the rigid application of
modernist dogma to architecture. That the carvings he photographed
added depth, visual interest and beauty to their structures was
sufficient justification for their existence. Form doesn't
necessarily have to follow function." -- Milwaukee Express
"[E]xcellent books, giving you another way to enjoy the sights, and great presents for architectural students or lovers of New York City." -- Examiner.com