Decorative Design in Mexican Homes
Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1966 - Architecture - 249 pages
Explores the timelessness of cultures on which Mexican architecture and decorative motifs are based. Portraying a wide variety of houses, these photos, drawings and plans cover a fascinating range of subjects including arcades and balconies; cabinets, chests and cupboards; chairs and benches; frescoes, murals, wall hangings and paintings; bars; stairways; pottery, sculpture and much more.
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FACADES ENTRANCE FEATURES 5 34 35 40 46 47 56 57
HARDWARE 46 84 85 87 96 107 130 148 190 191 193 234
ARCADES 1819 21 32 33 201
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