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eBook American Gardens, 1890-1930: Northeast, Mid-atlantic, And Midwest Regions (Urban and Suburban Domestic Architecture) ePub

by Sam Watters

  • ISBN: 0926494430
  • Category: Architecture
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Sam Watters
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Acanthus Press; First Edition edition (September 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 295
  • ePub book: 1611 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1981 kb
  • Other: mobi txt lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 422

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In a large landscape format. The enviable retreats, from the country estates of American aristocracy like John D. Rockefeller s Hudson River home, evoke thoughts of garden soirees with rose terraces, arbors and gates -Riviera. Sam Watters is a writer and artist living in California.

American Gardens, 1890-1930: Northeast, Mid-atlantic, And Midwest Regions (Urban and Suburban Domestic Architecture) Format: Hardcover Authors: Sam Watters ISBN10: 0926494430 Published: 2006-09-01 American Gardens, 1890 -1930: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest Regions is the first of three volumes to be published by Acanthus Press as the landscape component of its residential architecture series, Suburban Domestic . We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

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Illustrated with over 200 rare archival photographs from period sources - including Guy Lowell's 'American Gardens,' Barr Ferree's 'American Estates and Gardens,' and . presents a unique glimpse into the world of the private estate.

With over 100 projects by the Olmstead Brothers, Charles Adams Platt, Marian Coffin, and more than 50 other designers, 'American Gardens' documents the development of landscape design as it addressed the relationship between the American house and the varied American landscape.

American Gardens, 1890-1930: Pt. 1 : The Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest Regions. Urban and Suburban Domestic Architecture S. English

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American Gardens, 1890–1930: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest .

American Gardens, 1890–1930: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Midwest Regions is the first volume to be published by Acanthus Press as the landscape component of its residential architecture series, Suburban Domestic Architecture. Acanthus press new york : 2006.

With over 100 projects by the Olmstead Brothers, Charles Adams Platt, Marian Coffin, and more than 50 other designers, 'American Gardens' documents the development of landscape design as it addressed the relationship between the American house and the varied American landscape

With over 100 projects by the Olmstead Brothers, Charles Adams Platt, Marian Coffin, and more than 50 other designers, 'American Gardens' documents the development of landscape design as it addressed the relationship between the American house and the varied American landscape.

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American Gardens 1890–1930: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Midwest Regions.

Edited and with an introduction by Sam Watters, American Gardens has more than 250 archival photographs and plans and an invaluable biography section profiling the schooling and projects of the landscape designers whose work is featured in the book. In a large landscape format, American Gardens captures estate gardens as they existed for one generation, a time when people had the land, the time, and the skill to fulfill the grandest gardening fantasies.