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The Place of Houses by Charles Willard Moore
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The Place of Houses

by Charles Willard Moore, Gerald Allen, Donlyn Lyndon

Other authors: William Turnbull (Illustrator)

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Allen, Geraldmain authorall editionsconfirmed
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With a new epilogue
Richly illustrated with houses large and small, old and new, with photographs, plans, and cutaway drawings, this is a book for people who want a house but who may not know what they really need, or what they have a right to expect.
The authors establish the basis for good building by examining houses in the small Massachusetts town of Edgartown; in Santa Barbara, California, where a commitment was made to re-create an imaginary Spanish past; and in Sea Ranch, on the northern California coast, where the authors attempt to create a community. These examples demonstrate how individual houses can express the care, energies, and dreams of the people who live in them, and can contribute to a larger sense of place.

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