From 1925 to 1929, two young architectural draftsmen set out to record a select number of examples of the "minor domestic architecture" of Mexico due to a lack of measured drawings of rural ranch hosues and Monterey-inspired dwellings. The result is a wonderful collection of houses from the days of Mexico's viceroys, elaborately presented in this handsomely illustrated books. Every aficionado of architecture or home design will find the patios, window designs, and floor plans a delight to look at. Over two hundred illustrations, including forty-two pages of measured drawings and floor plans, make this a comprehensive guide.
Pages: 192 pp
Publisher: Architectural Book Publishing Company.
Publication Place: Lanham, MD,
Book Id: 91545
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