Patios and Gardens of Mexico
Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1979 - Architecture - 254 pages
An arched stone gate, a millstone path, a blue-and-white tiled pool with a quiet fountain, brilliant marigolds, stone sculptures of playful angels, and stately lions the Mexican garden is a serene oasis that displays a diversity and ingenuity that is truly astonishing. Mexico s temperate climate, conducive to outdoor living, combined with its Indian and Spanish heritage have resulted in a unique style of design and architecture. Through more than four hundred magnificent photographs and detailed text, Patios and Gardens of Mexico displays the amazing sense of diversity and ingenuity characteristic of the Mexican garden."
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PATIOS OLD AND NEW
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Acapulco Alexander Kirkland arched architectural Atlacomulco balcony balustrade beautiful beautifully bougainvillea built cacti carved stone Casa century ceramic charming color covered Cuemavaca Cuernavaca delicate Edmundo O'Gorman elegant Elisabeth Gerhard Elton and Martha entrance Feliciano Bejar flower pots Former Convento fountain Gabriel de Barrera garden in Mexico gives Guanajuato Hacienda Hacienda de Cortez Home of Alexander Home of Elton Home of Feliciano Home of Jack Home of Robert Home of Xavier house in San House in Valle Jack and Muriel John Beadle Juan O'Gorman Ken Scott Martha Hyder masonry Mexican Mexico City Miguel de Allende mirador Muriel Wolgin niche O'Gorman Ocuituco Opposite ornamental outdoor owner painted palapa patio patios and gardens placed planter plants Restaurant San Angel Robert Brady roof San Gabriel San Miguel Schalkwijk sculpture square style surrounded swimming pool terra cotta terrace Tetelpa tiled tree urns Valle de Bravo vine wall wrought iron Xavier Barbosa