The Scottish House: Eclectic and Unique Interiors

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Collins & Brown, 2000 - Architecture - 176 pages
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From the grand baronial style with its Italianate splendors to the Glasgow tenements once thought of as slums and now landmarked for preservation: through visually arresting photographs and an evocative text, feel the spirit of the Scottish home and the people who have contributed so much to the country's heritage. Standouts include the restored Liberton House, shown in dappled sunlight from its garden, as well as fishermen's cottages with boat-shaped "sterns" that defy the gales.

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Ruthven is a photographer specializing in architecture, interiors, and landscape.

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