All Their Own: People and the Places They Build

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Oxford University Press, 1978 - Architecture, Domestic - 201 pages
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Photographs and describes the unconventional, highly imaginative homes that ordinary people from the United States and British Columbia have built out of such materials as driftwood, concrete, hand-dried bricks, and bottles

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Alright, at this point, I gave this bk a 5 star review just because my love for 'outsider architecture' runs so deep & my interest in corporate architecture runs so shallow - In other words, this a ... Read full review


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