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A Pictorial Guide to Identifying Australian Architecture: Styles and Terms from 1788 to the Present

ISBN 10: 020718562X / ISBN 13: 9780207185625
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Synopsis: From Old Colonial Georgian to Late Twentieth Century Immigrants' Nostalgic, "Identifying Australian Architecture" provides a comprehensive survey of the styles of Australia's built environment. For the first time the houses, commercial buildings, churches and other architectural works in Australia are described and illustrated so that the reader can readily identify and classify them.

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