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The allure of the boathouse defies definition. To some they're a place to loaf about with friends on a summer's afternoon, to others they're secret bolt holes, the waterfront equivalent of a garden shed. Some people even store boats in them.
Boathouses are found in countless contexts around the world. But though disparate in form and appearance these structures built for the protection, construction and maintenance of boats are united by the natural beauty of their waterfront locations and the innovation required for their construction.
In this superbly illustrated book, Adam Mornement describes the history and evolution of some forty boathouses from around the world, from the mid-eighteenth century to the twenty-first. Following a wide-ranging introduction, his examples include ceremonial boathouses, lifeboat stations, military facilities, boathouses as mausoleums and eye catchers in the landscape, boathouses in public parks, and private writing rooms.
Some are the work of famous architects, including Robert Adam, Frank Lloyd Wright, Renzo Piano and Shigeru Ban, but most are anonymous. Each in its own way embodies the adventure, charm and romance of this visually arresting and consistently surprising building type.
About the Author
Adam Mornement is a writer specializing in contemporary architecture and architectural history. He is a former deputy editor of World Architecture, and a regular contributor to the Times Magazine and Conde Nast Traveller, among other newspapers and magazines. His books include Corrugated Iron - Building on the Frontier (Frances Lincoln, 2007) and Treehouses (Frances Lincoln, 2005). He has also written Extensions (Laurence King, 2007) and Infill : New Houses for Urban Sites (Laurence King, 2009).
A handsomely produced book, rich with generous sized photographs. Coast You don't have to own a boat to appreciate a boathouse, as this book proves. It has boathouses old and new - each a thing of beauty - which could teach human houses a trick or two, especially if tides keep rising. Grand Designs Captures the beguiling beauty of boathouses. Elle Decor
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 6th May 2010
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 29.5 x 25.0 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 1.315
Edition Number: 1