By Winfrey Blackburn and R. Scott Gill • Hardcover • 10 x 11 • 208 pages
There may be no more revered residential architect in Louisville and Kentucky than Stratton O. Hammon. His very name evokes images of timelessly handsome, classically beautiful homes that remain highly sought-after many decades after their construction.
In this magnificent volume, authors Winfrey Blackburn and R. Scott Gill present readers a comprehensive appreciation of Hammon's work, with virtually every Hammon home in Kentucky described (including floor plans) and photographed in gorgeous detail.
The book features a thoughtful introduction by renowned architectural critic Richard Guy Wilson, and the images of award-winning photographer John Nation.
About the Authors:
Winfrey P. Blackburn, Jr. is a practicing attorney in Louisville. He is a native of Frankfort, Kentucky, and holds bachelors and law degrees, with honors, from the University of Virginia.
R. Scott Gill is a former resident of Louisville, presently living and working in real estate in Chicago. He holds a bachelors degree in history from Stanford University, a master of architecture degree from Rice University, and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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