The most beautiful house in the world

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Viking, Apr 1, 1989 - Architecture - 211 pages
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Chronicles the work and insight that marked the author's experience as the boathouse he set out to build expanded to become a full-scale home, and contains a wealth of observations about construction, space, and beginnings

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Young architect decides to build boat, needs boat house to work in, ends up years later with country place and no boat, and meditates thereon. An extended reflection on the meaning of a house to its ... Read full review

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WIND AND WATER I
1
THE BUILDING GAME
21
MAKING SPACE
45
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