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Designing the Good Life


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Norman M. Giller, FAIA, has designed over 10,000 structures during his 60-year career. He has served as chairman of the Florida State Board of Architecture and president of the American Institute of Architects, South Florida Chapter. Art and architectural historian Sarah Giller Nelson is the assistant curator for contemporary art at the Spertus Museum in Chicago.


There is a lot more to Mid-Century Modernism than we have yet discovered. This book offers an important look at a neglected aspect of that era's rich architecture and history. - Alan Hess, author of Palm Springs Weekend: The Architecture and Design of a Mid-Century Oasis

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