American house: domestic architecture in the USA
Jeffery W. Howe
Batsford, Oct 31, 2002 - Architecture - 448 pages
This story of the development of domestic architecture in the US includes native American longhouses, pueblos and tipis, postmodern adventures and planned communities such as Seaside and Celebration. There are biographies of key figures and a guide to identifying the various styles of buildings.
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