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Introduction; The Moderne Movement 16; The House of Tomorrow; Villa Schminke; Burnham Beeches; Manik Bagh; Saarinen House; The Atkins House; The Butler House; Geragh; Feature: Pavilioned in Splendour; Machines for Living In 50; Villa Henny; The Schroder House; New Ways; The Lovell House; E 1027; Villa Savoye; Feature: Furniture Design and High Deco; Metropolis 78; Kiefhoek Housing Estate; Rue Mallet-Stevens Housing; Silver End Garden Village; Miami Beach; Napier; Lawn Road Flats; Highpoint I and II; Los Angeles apartment buildings; Feature: Fair Play; Un-English and Unmanly 110; High and Over; Alding; Joldwynds; High Cross House; Bentley Wood; Charters; Feature: Ensembliers; City Slickers 138; The Schindler House; The Ernest Cormier House; The Del Rio House; Maison de Verre; Eltham Palace; 2 Willow Road; Feature: Transports of Delight 170; Bibliography 171; Index 176; Acknowledgments.
Architectural historian Adrian Tinniswood lives in Bath. He has worked in Britain and America as an author, broadcaster, lecturer, and educational consultant for over 25 years. His books include By Permission of Heaven: the True Story of the Great Fire of London; His Invention So Fertile: a life of Christopher Wren; The Polite Tourist: a History of Country House Visiting; Historic Houses of the National Trust and The Arts & Crafts House (published by Mitchell Beazley).