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West Coast Residential: The Modern and the Contemporary.
Bellerby, Greg, ed. Serraino, Pierluigi, Marc Treib et al.
West Coast Residential: The Modern and the Contemporary.
Demonstrates how modernist traditions are being integrated into contemporary design, explains what the defining features of the West Coast mid-century vernacular were and asks whether it still exists today. Includes homes in Vancouver by B.C. Binning and Battersby Howat, Seattle by Paul Hayden Kirk and Eggleston/Farkas, Portland by John Yeon and William Tripp, Los Angeles by Maynard Lyndon and Barton Myers, and San Francisco by William Wurster and Stanley Saitowitz.

Category: Architecture, Residential
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 120 pp
Publisher: Simply Read Books/ Blue Imprint.
Year: 2007
Publication Place: Los Angeles,
ISBN: 1894965604
Book Id: 72989

Price: $39.95

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