Mexican homes of today

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Architectural Book Pub. Co., 1964 - Architecture - 248 pages
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Shows the development and emergence in modern form of today's Mexican home. The emphasis is on current trends -- contemporary houses plus views of gardens, pools, doors, furniture and architectural details. Incorporated are the plans of 6 homes, two from San Miguel de Allende, a high town to the north; two from the incomparable climatic region of Cuernavaca; and two overlooking the breath-taking, beautiful harbour or Acapulco. The range covers alterations as well as recently constructed houses, both exteriors and interiors. Interlaced are views of other outstanding contemporary homes, together with a comprehensive potpourri of those incidentals which lend so much charm to the Mexican scene of today.

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DINING ROOMS STUDIES 7 14 15 67 109 140 162 178 184
SALAS ESTANCIAS Living Rooms Formal Informal 18 28
DOORS 21 22 23 38 56 65 70 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103

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