Ezra Stoller © Esto
June 29, 2015
Ezra Stoller in Italian Architectural Digest

An article in Architettura, the Italian edition of Architectural Digest, celebrates Ezra Stoller’s 100th birthday. The piece notes his most well known projects and his far reaching influence on the design world.

The text is in Italian, and google does a decent job translating. The photographs need no translation.

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