Brick Pavement and Fence-Walls: Authentic Details for Design and Restoration
One of the oldest and most versatile building materials available, brick is used for period landscape design in walkways, entry pavements, courtyards, terraces, porticoes, steps, and fencewalls. With the increased interest in traditional landscape design, this book will appeal to anyone who is interested in restoring old brickwork or in creating new brickwork with a historic feel.
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