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Mediterranean Vernacular: A Vanishing Architectural Tradition

by Atroshenko, V.I.;Grundy, Milton

Condition: New/New


New York: Rizzoli, 1991. Large format, beautifully illustrated volume .Surveys buildings in North Africa, sapin and italy, with many examples of buildings in Greece and the islands Includes an article by Neil Parkyn which discusses "The Influemce of the Vernacular" on 192p. illus bibliography.index . 1st US Ed.. Hard Cover. New/New.


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