New vernacular architecture

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Watson-Guptill, Nov 1, 2001 - Architecture - 240 pages
Here are 33 case studies of contemporary vernacular architecture from around the world. Each case study features plans and elevations, breathtaking interior and exterior photography, the motivation behind each architect's design, and other details.

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This book proves that good, old-fashioned modern architecture is alive and well, living in our new millennium and featuring splintered sections, complex elevations, slanted walls, angular roofs ... Read full review


Innovation from Tradition
Zachary House 1999 Zachary Louisiana USA Stephen Atkinson
Flawil House 2000 Flawil Switzerland Markus Wespi Jerome de Meuron

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Vicky Richardson is Deputy Editor of RIBA Journal.

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