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At Home on the Prairie: The Houses of Purcell & Elmslie.
PURCELL & ELMSLIE. Legler, Dixie and Christian Korab.
At Home on the Prairie: The Houses of Purcell & Elmslie.
The houses of William Gray Purcell and George Grant Elmslie, built mainly in the Midwest and Northeast, are the embodiment of the early 20th century marriage of fine craftsmanship and modern technology. Masterpieces of the Prairie Style, each home was designed with the groundbreaking idea that comfort and utility could harmonize with grace and style. Characterized by open plans and site-specific designs, the residences are tied to the land by local materials and low, spreading forms.

Category: Out of Print, OP Monographs
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 192 pp
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Year: 2006.
Publication Place: San Francisco,
ISBN: 0811850412
Book Id: 70842

Price: $40.00

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