Book: «American Spaces: Designing the Welcoming School»
A vast array of possibilities for interior and landscape design is showcased in this new book, showing the best examples from North America. American Spaces is a direct response to the wealth of design activity across the mega-continent. In dynamic full-colour photography, this book provides a welcome look at the culturally diverse regions, and the latest trends in commercial spaces and atria, hospitality spaces and restaurants, leisure spaces and arts centres, public and special-purpose spaces. This book offers a plethora of ideas, and is a wealth of regional and international information.
Издательство: "Images Publishing Group" (2007)
Формат: 230x305, 224 стр.
ISBN: 978-1-864-70186-9 Купить за 1559 руб на Озоне
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