Living in Mexico = Vivre au Mexique (BOK)

Barbara Stoeltie, René Stoeltie

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Rustic wood, wrought iron, vibrant color, and tantalizing patterns: the homes of Mexico blend native tribal styles and Spanish architecture with warm, textured simplicity. Dive into inspiring and remarkable abodes in this updated, compact portfolio of villas, casitas, haciendas, cabanas, and palapas, featuring many unpublished images that paint a lively and colorful picture of Mexican style. South of the border, rich colors and woven textiles form a unique design aesthetic, crafted by the union of local Aztec and Mayan cultures and Spanish influences. Bold pigments and vivid patterns come together in simple and rustic spaces, resulting in a way of living that is both invigorating and homely; an authentic Mexican style. The dynamic writer and photographer duo Barbara and René Stoeltie have struck gold again-this time with a truly breathtaking look at Mexico's most remarkable abodes. Traveling far and wide, from Costa Careyes to the Yucatán Peninsula, this photographic journey will surprise, delight, and inspire you. From the home of Constructivist architect Luis Barragán, a restored 16th-century hacienda, to a traditional Mayan thatched-roof dwelling, the contrast of styles within the pages of this book are testament to the country's vibrantly diverse palette of textures and hues. With many new images, some never published before, prepare to be transported to the heart of lush and eclectic Mexico.

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Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2018 Forfatter Barbara Stoeltie, René Stoeltie
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ISBN 9783836566919
Dimensjoner 15cm x 20,2cm x 4cm Vekt 1060 gram
Andre medvirkende Angelika Taschen Emner og form Arkitektur: interiørdesign, Mexico, Interiørarkitektur, Faglitteratur

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..luscious pictures that burst with beautiful colours and exotic features.. . Aspire Magazine, London ..luscious pictures that burst with beautiful colours and exotic features.. . Aspire Magazine, London