The architecture of country houses ; including designs for cottages, and farm-houses, and villas, with remarks on interiors, furniture, and the best modes of warming and ventilating.
|Format:||Print Book 1969|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 2 of 2 copies|
Throughout the early Victorian period American domestic architecture was dominated by the ideas and designs of Andrew Jackson Downing who emphasized function, convenience, and concord with the environment. This volume forms his most important work. 321 figures. 33 architectural designs. Introduction.
|Publisher|| New York :Dover Publications,1969
Reprint of the 1850 ed., with a new introd. by J. Stewart Johnson.
xxiv, 484 pages : illustrations, plans ; 22 cm