The Architecture of Alfred Browning Parker: Miami's Maverick Modernist (University Press of Florida, $50) is Randolph Henning’s overview of the life work of this modernist master. It features sixty-nine of the more than five hundred residential and commercial structures Parker created between 1942 and 2001. The descriptions are accompanied by nearly 400 color photographs, more than a third of which are vintage images from renowned photographer Ezra Stoller. Alfred Browning Parker is one of the twentieth century’s most famous Florida-based architects. A principal leader of the “Coconut Grove School” of tropical organic architecture, he is arguably the most renowned and honored architect in the history of Florida architecture, and his influence has been felt throughout the United States and the Caribbean.
The first authorized examination of a twentieth-century architectural giant "A comprehensive survey of one of Florida's most prolific and influential architects of the mid-twentieth century.