Richard England: The Spirit of Place
Arca (L'), 1998 - Architecture - 103 pages
Meditteranean architecture, characterizeds by a strong sense of colour and light, distinguishes Richard England's work. He contrives to combine the force of history and nature with the princples of modernity.
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Preface by Maurizio Vitta
Architecture + The Spirit of Place by Richard England
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