The 70s House

The 70s House

Book - 2006
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"Though described in the 90s as the decade that style forgot, the 70s has since gained a renewed kudos and magnetism in the new millennium. For anyone who grew up during the decade, the era has an obvious nostalgic pull. In order to encapsulate the pure range and scope of the age, David Heathcote and Sue Barr have travelled extensively in Europe and America photographing and researching afresh a uniques set of houses. These have largely been unphotographed since their debut in architectural journals in the 70s. The book thus brings together for the first time, not only a representative but also atypical selection of domestic architecture. This is lusciously illustrated in a state of lived-in maturity that shows a very current diversity of ageless living spaces."--BOOK JACKET.
Publisher: Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley, c2006
ISBN: 0470024194
Branch Call Number: 747.09047 HEA
Characteristics: 240 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Sephton, Liz
Barr, Sue
Alternative Title: Seventies house


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