Dichotomy Vol. 3 No. 4
Th entire Spring 1981 issue of Dichotomy is devoted to the presentation of the Freer House in a well documented article by Thomas Brunk. The freer House stands today as the culmination of many artists: architects, painters, sculpters, decorators, etc. With the renewed interest in reintegrating art with architecture, the Freer House serves as a classic example of inspiration. Because the artifacts are no longer displayed at the house, but at the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., this article is significant in that it presents the house as it was originally conceived and built, with artifacts and details in place.
Editor: William Moser
Assistant Editors: Gregg Yeomans, Michael Paul
Staff: Kathy King, Christine Velente, Michael Marrero, Tricia Meehan, John Lavigne