The debut book from award-winning Southern architect Stan Dixon, one of a highly influential group of Atlanta-based architects and designers who are revolutionizing the design world with their work.
Stan Dixon’s edited approach to the classical elements of architecture creates an understated aesthetic that is historically based while embracing influences of modern design. Through contextually sensitive work of appropriate style, scale, and proportion, he crafts buildings of permanence and delight, while providing their occupants with a beautiful place in which to live their lives. Dixon takes risks in blending genres and styles, with results that are creative and original.
In his first book, Dixon shares thirteen projects that vary geographically and stylistically—from a whimsical coastal retreat on Jupiter Island to an elegant English-manor-inspired dwelling on the coast of South Carolina. Each house explores a different component of his aesthetic, instructing the reader in the nature of authentic architecture while simultaneously delighting them with moments large and small—a shadow of garden gate, a striking stairwell, a tiered veranda.
Photographed primarily by Eric Piasecki, featuring the work of Suzanne Kasler, Jackye Lanham, Carolyn Malone, Beth Webb, Tammy Connor, and other talented designers, HOME: The Residential Architecture of D. Stanley Dixon will resonate with and deeply engage readers in search of home.
About the Author
Named one of the New Faces of Southern Style by Garden & Gun, Stan Dixon, AIA, is the president and founder of D. Stanley Dixon Architect, Inc. His work has been featured in major shelter publications including Architectural Digest and Traditional Home. Dixon is a three-time winner of the Southeast Architect of the Year award, nineteen-time winner of the Philip Trammell Shutze Award, two-time winner of the Addison Mizner Medal, and winner of the Acanthus Award. Charlotte Moss is an award-winning designer and the author of eleven books.
Praise for Home: The Residential Architecture of D. Stanley Dixon
"This highly anticipated debut spotlights the award-winning work of Southern architect Stan Dixon. With a foreword by Charlotte Moss, this collection of the architect's understated yet impactful work is filled with lessons that readers can apply to their to the decoration of their own homes." —VERANDA