By G. Richard Garrison, George W. Rustay
From 1925 to 1929, younger architectural draftsmen got down to checklist a decide on variety of examples of the “minor household architecture” of Mexico as a result of a scarcity of measured drawings of rural ranch homes and Monterey-inspired dwellings. the result's a superb choice of homes from the times of Mexico's viceroys, elaborately offered during this handsomely illustrated publication. each aficionado of structure or domestic layout will locate the patios, window designs, and ground plans a pride to examine. Over two-hundred illustrations, together with forty-two pages of measured drawings and flooring plans, make this a entire reference advisor in addition to a sublime espresso desk booklet.