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Homes and Resorts by de Reus Architects

By (author) Mark de Reus


Publishing 8th May 2023
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    • Highlights the design of 18 luxury residences and resorts on beautiful sites in Hawai’i, Idaho, Nevada, and Mexico
    • Features award-winning design as well as stunning photographs
    • This book is geared toward potential homeowners and hospitality executives
    • Sanctuary is a noteworthy collection of some of de Reus Architects’ most prominent projects and underscores the significance of creating timeless, site-appropriate design
    • Publication produced with two different cover images, randomly distributed
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    Sanctuary features a series of 18 recent projects from the award-winning firm de Reus Architects. As a follow-up to Tropical Experience, de Reus Architects continues to add inspired, carefully crafted, timeless, and site-appropriate design to its growing body of work. Essays by Mark de Reus and Joseph Giovannini reveal the continued search that is inherent in design and the relentless effort to reveal how sprit of place contributes to design thinking. Each project is introduced with spectacular exterior and interior photography and gives the reader an in-depth look into de Reus Architects’ design thinking. With select projects from Hawaii, Mexico, and the Pacific Northwest, Sanctuary explores a wide range of buildings showcasing de Reus Architects’ timeless and well-executed architecture.

    About the Author
    Mark de Reus is the founding design partner of de Reus Architects. Renowned for his award-winning resorts and residences, he has practiced for more than 35 years.
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    Publish date
    8th May 2023
    World excluding USA, Canada, Australasia & Asia (except Japan; China non-exclusive)
    298 mm x 216 mm
    320 Pages
    300 color
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