Patios and Gardens of Mexico

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Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1979 - Architecture - 254 pages
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An arched stone gate, a millstone path, a blue-and-white tiled pool with a quiet fountain, brilliant marigolds, stone sculptures of playful angels, and stately lions the Mexican garden is a serene oasis that displays a diversity and ingenuity that is truly astonishing. Mexico s temperate climate, conducive to outdoor living, combined with its Indian and Spanish heritage have resulted in a unique style of design and architecture. Through more than four hundred magnificent photographs and detailed text, Patios and Gardens of Mexico displays the amazing sense of diversity and ingenuity characteristic of the Mexican garden.

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Contents

PATIOS OLD AND NEW
1
SHELTERS
21
GATES ENTRANCES AND PATHS
45
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About the author (1979)

Patricia W. O'Gorman was born in Mexico City and lived in San Miguel Allende for more than twelve years.
Bob Schalkwijk was born in the Netherlands and lived in Mexico for more than twenty years.



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