A partner in B Five Studio, Salvatore LaRosa received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute and a Master of Architecture from Columbia University. In addition to his work as an architect, designer, and artist, he has served as treasurer of the Architectural League and taught at Parsons School of Design. LaRosa is a coauthor of Architecture to Landscape (2005) and the author of
 House, Furniture, Objects (2008) and Myth, Modernity and the Nature of Things (2012). The numerous honors he has received for his work include five Faith & Form Awards conferred by the American Institute of Architects Interfaith Forum on Religious Art and Architecture.


On Modernism and Other Myths, a video about the architecture, art, and design of Salvatore LaRosa; watch

House, Furniture, Objects; for information about ordering the three-volume set, email

Twelve Tabernacles, a slide show of objects for contemplation within the contemporary home; twelvetabernacles.com

Myth, Modernity and the Nature of Things; for information about ordering, email