Red tile style: America's Spanish revival architecture
Virtually no other form of American architecture is as widespread or as popular as the Spanish Revival style. From bungalows and mansions to gas stations and government buildings, its influence-and its fans-can be found everywhere. Yet there has never been a single comprehensive survey of this diverse category of design.
In Red Tile Style, Arrol Gellner describes the rich history and fertile permutations of Spanish Revival architecture. Packed with more than 250 lush color photographs taken by Douglas Keister, this handsome volume ranges from the style's origins in the Spanish colonial churches of the Southwest to its emergence as a commercial form in late-nineteenth-century railroad stations to the nationwide explosion in popularity sparked by the 1915 Panama-California Exposition in San Diego. Learned, lucid, and pleasing to the eye, Red Tile Style explores the far-reaching Spanish Revival influence in today's architecture in all its variations and adaptations. For the serious student and architecture fan alike, this book is truly a landmark.
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Review: Red Tile Style: America's Spanish Revival ArchitecUser Review - Overstock.com
Great presentation of Spanish Revival style. If you own a Spanish style home, this is a must to help you understand and decorate your home. The book features homes, offices, churches, indoor furnishings, outdoor patios, light fixtures, iron work, etc. Read full review
Review: Red-Tile StyleUser Review - Chris Pate - Goodreads
Good look at Spanish Revival style of houses from 1920's California. We used some of it as a template when building our house. Read full review