Mexican: Art, Design and Decoration

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Arquitectos Mexicanos Editores, 2001 - Architecture - 173 pages
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In architecture, exterior space has to do with shape, image and integration to the context while interior space responds to personal conditions of the user, to the user's finances, habits and daily needs, but always achieving its primary goal that is to make people's lives pleasurable. Mexican Interiors starts a new series focused on decoration and diversity of styles and shapes; it is an answer from the imagination and the creative expression of the architect to the needs and tastes of users. Book jacket.

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Introduccton Introductton
Martangel Alvarez Cochean
Andrea Césarman Koitentuk

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de Haro is a Mexican architect.

Fernando de Haro and Omar Fuentes, both architects, are the editors of the series Mexican Architects and other books. They live in Mexico City.

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