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Glass Block Handbook
Glass Block Handbook
Paperback      ISBN: 1889892025
The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live
The Not So Big House
A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live
Paperback      ISBN: 1561583766
Proposes guidelines for creating intimate homes that serve both spiritual needs and material requirements, covering such topics as specific lifestyles, budgeting, and energy-efficient construction. Reprint. 75,000 first printing.
Best Designed Wellness Hotels: North And South America, Carribean, Mexico / Nord - Und sudamerika, Karibik, Mexiko
Best Designed Wellness Hotels
North And South America, Carribean, Mexico / Nord - Und sudamerika, Karibik, Mexiko
German    Hardcover      ISBN: 3899860586
Arts and Crafts Home
Arts and Crafts Home
Hardcover      ISBN: 1567994555
More Craftsman Homes: Floor Plans and Illustrations for 78 Mission Style Dwellings
More Craftsman Homes
Floor Plans and Illustrations for 78 Mission Style Dwellings
Paperback      ISBN: 0486242528
Shows and describes stone, brick, concrete, and log houses and bungalows and outlines Stickley's thoughts about the purpose and design of homes and furnishings
new entrance design
new entrance design
by DAAB
Hardcover      ISBN: 3937718249
Chinese Design
Chinese Design
Paperback      ISBN: 3937718346
Creative Patios
Creative Patios
Paperback      ISBN: 0764312782
Garage: Reinventing the Place We Park
Garage
Reinventing the Place We Park
Hardcover      ISBN: 1561583782
An illustrated homage to the garage features more than 200 color photographs of more than 50 garages, offering suggestions to improve the style and efficiency of these spaces.
The Good House Book: A Common-Sense Guide to Alternative Homebuilding
The Good House Book
A Common-Sense Guide to Alternative Homebuilding
Paperback      ISBN: 1579902812
From Lark Books and Natural Home magazine—which has a circulation of 200,000—comes an illustrated, unique guide to building an earth-friendly home. To create a dwelling that’s both ecologically sustainable and attractive, Natural Home magazine is the place to go. With this exquisitely illustrated guide, packed with 400 photos and illustrations, anyone can put environmentally friendly ideas into beautiful practice. Here’s an intelligent look at how a home is supposed to function and a variety of different building approaches. What’s important is finding the right solution to fit your individual needs, local climate, and natural resources. The broad range of topics covered include choosing a site; selecting materials; building with straw bale, cob, adobe, or rammed earth; and plugging into alternative home power systems. Interviews with six homeowners, and photos of the dream homes they built, provide invaluable insight.