Casa Colombiana: Architecture, Landscape, Interior Design
Independent Publishing Group, 2002 - Architecture - 236 pages
Colombian houses have always been a showcase for the inhabitants of a highly diverse country. These houses range from the haciendas of coffee plantations to the restored colonial homes of Cartagena. Fascinating essays and attractive photos exemplify the evolution of the art of living in Colombia.
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THE COLOMBIAN HOUSE
THE HOUSE IN THE TROPICS
THE HOUSE IN THE TEMPERATE CLIMATES
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