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Locati Architects

By (author) Jerry Locati


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  • A monograph on Locati Architects and Interiors, a firm dedicated to providing stellar building design
  • Locati's motto is 'Good Design Improves Lives', and it is realised in every one of their creations
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Locati Architects & Interiors was founded in 1989 by its principal, Jerry Locati, in Bozeman, Montana. With the belief that quality architectural design improves lives and brings people together, each project is an opportunity to create a gathering place, a community gateway and a connection to the landscape. With decades of experience in designing high-end residential, commercial, and resort architecture, and incorporating innovative products with classic style, Locati aspires to deliver architecture as a connective art form. The result is a body of work that is more than wood, stone, glass, and metal, more than a collection of structures. Locati buildings are a means of connecting people to place. With the intention that every building should enhance the personal experience of the landscape, Locati Architects designs dream homes throughout the Western United States, homes that bring both detail and definition to the natural world. Locati Architects approaches architecture with a clear philosophy: good design improves lives.

About the Author
Founding partner of Locati Architects and Interiors, Jerry Locati's work has garnered many awards throughout his career and has been published regularly in shelter magazines, including Architectural Digest. A Montana native, Jerry grew up in a family of artists who fostered his passion for drawing. Realising his love of art could transfer to the built environment, he pursued a career in architecture. After completion of his Master's of Architecture from Montana State University, Jerry established the Montana-based firm in 1989.
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ORO Editions
5th Feb 2018
304 mm x 355 mm
260 Pages
250 color, b&w
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