By Lisa M. Tucker
American Architects and the Single-Family domesticexplains how a small team of architects all started the Architects’ Small residence provider Bureau in 1919 and altered the process twentieth-century residential layout for the higher. suggestions and rules they built with regards to public areas, deepest areas, and repair areas for residing; information about the books they released to promote reliable layout; in addition to new essays from modern practitioners will encourage your personal designs. greater than two hundred black and white images.
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American Architects and the Single-Family Home: Lessons Learned from the Architects' Small House Service Bureau by Lisa M. Tucker