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The Hunterdon Home, a book bound with wood to document a new landmark home in the Arts & Crafts tradition by architects Hiland Hall Turner, to be picked up verbatim by Architectural Digest.
The cover die cut and inside velum allow readers to peer through the home's bay window and enter the book and the property itself.
Following the traditions of the Arts & Crafts movement, sumptuous typography is set on 100% recycled paper.
Text and photography combine to place the home in its historical context.
Gatefolds allow readers to feel the expanse of the great rooms.
Subtle architectural elements complete the book's design.
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