A house of one's own: an architect's guide to designing the house of your dreams

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C. Potter, Apr 16, 1991 - Architecture - 200 pages
Explains how to select and work with an architect, discusses costs, site selection, architectural style, and the design process, and describes the client's perspective

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A HOUSE OF ONE'S OWN: : An Architect's Guide to Designing the House of Your Dreams

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An architect and his writer wife (Blooming, 1981 and Ivy Days, 1984) collaborate on this lyrical, likeable tale of the creation of Wind Whistle, their Minnesota summer getaway—and of the joys of the ... Read full review

Contents

How to Select an Architect
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When an Architect and Client Sit Down to Work
17
What Will It All Cost?
27
Copyright

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