• Title: Miami Trends and Traditions (Evergreens)
  • Author: Roberto Schezen Beth Dunlop
  • ISBN: 9783822878750
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Miami Trends and Traditions Evergreens Miami Trends and Traditions is the first volume in a series of books documenting significant architectural interiors and important houses both familiar and seldom seen in favorite cities around the gl
    Miami Trends and Traditions is the first volume in a series of books documenting significant architectural interiors and important houses both familiar and seldom seen in favorite cities around the globe Photographer Roberto Schezen, together with architectural critic Beth Dunlop, explores Miami s great architectural treasures, from well known landmarks, including ViMiami Trends and Traditions is the first volume in a series of books documenting significant architectural interiors and important houses both familiar and seldom seen in favorite cities around the globe Photographer Roberto Schezen, together with architectural critic Beth Dunlop, explores Miami s great architectural treasures, from well known landmarks, including Vizcaya, the Morris Lapidus apartment, and the Delano Hotel, to work by such vital young architects as Teofilo Victoria, Jorge Hernandez, and Carlos Zapata Dramatically illustrated with lush color photographs, commissioned especially for this volume, Miami Trends and Traditions celebrates the city s historic architectural traditions from the Mediterranean, the Caribbean, and the earliest days of Modernism Also featured are the recently built houses that pay homage to the legacy of the Mediterranean but capture the essence of Miami s contemporary persona and the tropics of today Through the building descriptions, the text traces the intriguing history of Miami s architecture its character drawn from the rich mix of stylistic sources and the theatrical inclination of its architects and looks at the role and influence of private houses in creating the larger sense of the city.

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