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Great Adaptations: New Residential Uses for Older Buildings

by Jill Herbers

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This book has two different subtitles. On my copy, the subtitle on the first page is 'New Residential Uses for Older Buildings' but the subtitle on the cover and on the copyright page is 'Making Older Buildings into Dynamic Homes for Today'. Needless to say, some people have entered the book with one subtitle and some with the other; I have therefore combined the works with the two different subtitles into the same work.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0823021645, Hardcover)

A visual treat and practical guide on how you can have a totally unique and beautiful living space from what once was a barn, a firehouse, a power station and more.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:18:09 -0400)

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