CLB Architects Releases Monograph - Inspired by Place

CLB Architects Releases Monograph - Inspired by Place
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Jackson, Wyo.: CLB Architects, an innovative and refined multi-disciplinary architecture and design firm based in the Rocky Mountain West is pleased to announce the release of their first monograph, Inspired by Place. Published by ORO Editions and written by Chase Reynolds Ewald with forwards by Ian Volner, Tom Kundig, and Agnes Bourne, the monograph highlights eleven timeless spaces by CLB Architects. The book is now available for purchase on the ORO Editions' website, Amazon, Barnes & Noble bookstores, and other retailers.

Since its founding in 1992, CLB Architects has been guided by the philosophy "inspired by place." The book's showcased designs are modern-day archetypes that tread softly on the land while engaging in a dialogue with some of the world's most iconic landscapes. Inspired by Place introduces readers to artful design and living, while also exhibiting the impressive landscapes of the west.

"This monograph captures our vision of timeless design," says Eric Logan, principal at CLB Architects. "We believe that architecture is inseparable from the land on which it rests, and we have always used the principle 'inspired by place' as the driving force for our practice. Presenting our work in this monograph is a venue for bringing an extension of the American West into the homes of architects and design lovers alike."

Inspired by Place celebrates the new approach to architecture and interior that CLB Architects has crafted. The homes presented are designed with modern lines combined with rustic influences, which create the ideal backdrop for today's western living. Inspired by Place also highlights the firm's interior design work, which strikes a balance between sophistication and comfort — a natural extension of CLB Architects' architecture.

Inspired by Place features images by Matthew Millman Photography, Audrey Hall Photography, Gibeon Photography, Warchol Photography, Krafty Photos, and Tom Harris Photography.