Alan Hess

Alan Hess (born 1952) is an American architect, author, lecturer and advocate for twentieth-century architectural preservation.

"Alan Hess [is] a prominent California architecture critic who has written extensively on roadside strips," writes the ''New York Times'' (March 6, 1994). Through 2012, Alan has written and/or co-authored nineteen books, published numerous articles on the architecture of Googie, Las Vegas, Frank Lloyd Wright, Oscar Niemeyer, John Lautner, Ranch Houses, Palm Springs, Organic architecture, Mid-century Modern design, and suburbia. He has been the architecture critic for the ''San Jose Mercury News'' since 1986. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2014
Peachpit Press

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Peachpit Press

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by Hess, Alan
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by Hess, Alan
Published 2014
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by Hess, Alan
Published 2014
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by Hess, Alan
Published 2014
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by Hess, Alan
Published 2016
Peachpit Press

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2010
Wiley

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2015
Peachpit Press

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2016
Peachpit Press

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2010
Wiley

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2012
J. Wiley and Sons

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2019
Rocky Nook

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2017
Rocky Nook

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by Hess, Alan
Published 2016
Rocky Nook