The evolution of a vernacular icon

Autor: endersby-greenwood-larkin

Idioma: INGLES

Nº Edición: 1ª

Año Edición: 2012

Páginas: 272

Código: 89307941



Returning to the subject of their bestselling book Barn (1992), David Larkin, Elric Endersby, and Alexander Greenwood take the reader on a tour of American barns. With all-new information and photographs, Barn Revisited is a definitive resource.
The book discusses the function of American barns and how they are designed to meet these functions, It is a complete geographic history of American barns from Colonial times to the present and examines the design styles these structures have undergone.
Barns now have been converted into bookstores, theaters, restaurants, and even houses. Barn Revisited explores interior design options and various lifestyles that have been adopted to fit within.