Cool Is Everywhere : New and Adaptive Design Across America
by Michel Arnaud


Overview -
Equal parts design inspiration and travelogue, this book highlights the rapidly growing adaptive reuse movement

Cool Is Everywhere is a photographic survey of the adaptive reuse design movement in America's coolest cities. Michel Arnaud has been studying the spread of urban life into smaller towns for years now, looking at how today's architects are blending the past with the present in exciting ways. These cities' and towns' residents are rethinking the usage of available architecture and repurposing it. Explore the arts and design district of Richmond, Virginia, where an old department store was turned into the beautiful Quirk Hotel. Journey to Greenville, South Carolina, home to a synagogue that became a church that became a private residence.
Cool Is Everywhere highlights remarkable designs that have transformed ordinary buildings into works of art. From North Adams, Massachusetts, to Oakland, California, join Michel as he explores the skyscrapers and quaint neighborhoods that led him to believe that cool is, in fact, everywhere.

  • North Adams, Massachusetts
    • MASS MoCA
    • Greylock WORKS
  • Greenville, South Carolina
    • Terry Iwaskiw and Melinda Lehman Residence
    • The Anchorage
    • Art & Light Gallery
    • West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill
    • ArtBomb Studio
  • Buffalo, New York
    • Darwin D. Martin House Complex
    • Buffalo RiverWorks
    • Northland Workforce Training Center
    • Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center at the Richardson Olmsted Campus
    • Thin Man Brewery
  • Oakland, California
    • Equator Coffees Caf
    • Creative Growth Art Center
    • Mei-Lan Tan and Victor Lefebvre Studio and Residence
    • Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello Backyard Cabin
    • Tassafaronga Village's Pasta Factory
    • Temescal Alleys
  • Portland, Oregon
    • Portland Japanese Garden
    • Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center
    • Swift
    • Hi-Lo Hotel
    • The Zipper
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
    • 21c Museum Hotel
    • Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
    • Urbana Caf
    • Findlay Market
    • Hughes Residence at Artichoke Curated Cookware Collection
    • Neil Marquardt and Lauren Klar Residence
    • MadTree Brewing Company
    • Rhinegeist Brewery
    • Hotel Covington
  • Richmond, Virginia
    • Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
    • American Civil War Museum at Historic Tredegar
    • The Markel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University
    • Quirk Hotel
    • Mobelux
    • Todd and Neely Dykshorn Residence
    • Blue Bee Cider
  • Birmingham, Alabama
    • Pepper Place
    • Brat Brot Gartenbar
    • Sloss Furnaces
    • Back Forty Beer Company
    • Innovation Depot
    • MAKEbhm
    • Cheryl Morgan Residence
    • Studio Goodlight and Liesa Cole and Stan Bedingfield Residence
    • David Carrigan Residence
    • Woodlawn Cycle Caf
  • Nashville, Tennessee
    • Marathon Village
    • Frist Art Museum
    • Vadis Turner and Clay Ezell Residence
    • David Lusk Gallery
    • Elephant Gallery and Studio
    • Noelle, Nashville
    • Old Glory
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • Bob Bingham Studio
    • Mattress Factory
    • Michael Olijnyk Residence at the Mattress Factory
    • City of Asylum
    • Ace Hotel
    • CLASS Community Service Center
  • Omaha, Nebraska
    • Howlin' Hounds Coffee
    • Gallery 1516
    • Kaneko
    • Steve and Julie Burgess Residence
    • Maria Fernandez Residence
    • Boiler Room Restaurant
    • Todd Simon Residence
  • Denver, Colorado
    • Union Station
    • The Source Hotel and Market Hall
    • Il Posto
    • Denver Central Market
    • Family Jones Spirit House
  • Austin, Texas
    • Seaholm Power Plant
    • The Contemporary Austin
    • Austin by Ellsworth Kelly
    • Central Library, Austin Public Library
    • Garage
    • 979 Springdale in East Austin
  • Marfa, Texas
    • Barbara Hill Residence
    • Wrong Gallery
    • Ballroom Marfa
    • The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati

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Overview
Equal parts design inspiration and travelogue, this book highlights the rapidly growing adaptive reuse movement

Cool Is Everywhere is a photographic survey of the adaptive reuse design movement in America's coolest cities. Michel Arnaud has been studying the spread of urban life into smaller towns for years now, looking at how today's architects are blending the past with the present in exciting ways. These cities' and towns' residents are rethinking the usage of available architecture and repurposing it. Explore the arts and design district of Richmond, Virginia, where an old department store was turned into the beautiful Quirk Hotel. Journey to Greenville, South Carolina, home to a synagogue that became a church that became a private residence.
Cool Is Everywhere highlights remarkable designs that have transformed ordinary buildings into works of art. From North Adams, Massachusetts, to Oakland, California, join Michel as he explores the skyscrapers and quaint neighborhoods that led him to believe that cool is, in fact, everywhere.

  • North Adams, Massachusetts
    • MASS MoCA
    • Greylock WORKS
  • Greenville, South Carolina
    • Terry Iwaskiw and Melinda Lehman Residence
    • The Anchorage
    • Art & Light Gallery
    • West Village Lofts at Brandon Mill
    • ArtBomb Studio
  • Buffalo, New York
    • Darwin D. Martin House Complex
    • Buffalo RiverWorks
    • Northland Workforce Training Center
    • Hotel Henry Urban Resort Conference Center at the Richardson Olmsted Campus
    • Thin Man Brewery
  • Oakland, California
    • Equator Coffees Caf
    • Creative Growth Art Center
    • Mei-Lan Tan and Victor Lefebvre Studio and Residence
    • Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello Backyard Cabin
    • Tassafaronga Village's Pasta Factory
    • Temescal Alleys
  • Portland, Oregon
    • Portland Japanese Garden
    • Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center
    • Swift
    • Hi-Lo Hotel
    • The Zipper
  • Cincinnati, Ohio
    • 21c Museum Hotel
    • Lois and Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art
    • Urbana Caf
    • Findlay Market
    • Hughes Residence at Artichoke Curated Cookware Collection
    • Neil Marquardt and Lauren Klar Residence
    • MadTree Brewing Company
    • Rhinegeist Brewery
    • Hotel Covington
  • Richmond, Virginia
    • Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia
    • American Civil War Museum at Historic Tredegar
    • The Markel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University
    • Quirk Hotel
    • Mobelux
    • Todd and Neely Dykshorn Residence
    • Blue Bee Cider
  • Birmingham, Alabama
    • Pepper Place
    • Brat Brot Gartenbar
    • Sloss Furnaces
    • Back Forty Beer Company
    • Innovation Depot
    • MAKEbhm
    • Cheryl Morgan Residence
    • Studio Goodlight and Liesa Cole and Stan Bedingfield Residence
    • David Carrigan Residence
    • Woodlawn Cycle Caf
  • Nashville, Tennessee
    • Marathon Village
    • Frist Art Museum
    • Vadis Turner and Clay Ezell Residence
    • David Lusk Gallery
    • Elephant Gallery and Studio
    • Noelle, Nashville
    • Old Glory
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • Bob Bingham Studio
    • Mattress Factory
    • Michael Olijnyk Residence at the Mattress Factory
    • City of Asylum
    • Ace Hotel
    • CLASS Community Service Center
  • Omaha, Nebraska
    • Howlin' Hounds Coffee
    • Gallery 1516
    • Kaneko
    • Steve and Julie Burgess Residence
    • Maria Fernandez Residence
    • Boiler Room Restaurant
    • Todd Simon Residence
  • Denver, Colorado
    • Union Station
    • The Source Hotel and Market Hall
    • Il Posto
    • Denver Central Market
    • Family Jones Spirit House
  • Austin, Texas
    • Seaholm Power Plant
    • The Contemporary Austin
    • Austin by Ellsworth Kelly
    • Central Library, Austin Public Library
    • Garage
    • 979 Springdale in East Austin
  • Marfa, Texas
    • Barbara Hill Residence
    • Wrong Gallery
    • Ballroom Marfa
    • The Chinati Foundation/La Fundación Chinati

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781419738227
  • ISBN-10: 1419738224
  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams
  • Publish Date: June 2020
  • Page Count: 272
  • Dimensions: 10.1 x 7.1 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.65 pounds


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