"The volume stunningly portrays rusticated homes, aging farmhouses and crumbling lofts, all with beauty hidden beneath neglect and decay." ~Papercity Magazine
"Diane Keaton’s new design book House
is an original concept, unlike anything you may expect from the Oscar winning actress or in a decor book in general." ~thesimplyluxuriouslife.com
"...beautiful new book...It’s a lavish and mesmerizing photographic poem to iconic simplicity in home design, with compelling images of barn- and factory-inspired homes." ~Houseplans.com
"Bold images of walls and windows and arpeggios of stairways, woodstacks, Seldorf Architects’ hallways and walls, and reflections and shimmering metal will thrill and delight many readers." ~Stylesaloniste.com
"It's a lavish and mesmerizing photographic poem to iconic simplicity in home design, with compelling images of barn-and factory-inspired homes. The underlying theme is that simplicity isn't simple, but metaphoric and resonant..." ~HousePlans.com
About the Author
Diane Keaton is known for her work in theater and film and has won numerous awards and accolades, including an Oscar for her role in Annie Hall and praise for her work as director of Unstrung Heroes. Coauthor of Rizzoli’s California Romantica, she has been recognized for her architectural sensitivity and restorations. This is her second book about architecture and interiors, following the success of California Romantica (Rizzoli, 2007). D. J. Waldie is the author of Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir. He is a regular contributor to Los Angeles Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and other publications, and is coauthor of California Romantica.