[Western US]. Staats, H. Philip.
Californian Architecture in Santa Barbara.
Architectural Book Publishing Co.
Quarto, pp. xiv, 125. Illustrated with b/w photos, drawings, and plans.
A quality reprint of a 1929 book documenting the architecture of Santa Barbara, CA, the first city in the U.S. to have a controlled building plan to unify the look of the city's buildings. This book features 213 photos and floor plans of homes, interiors, and gardens as well as public buildings, clearly showing the details and typical features of the Spanish colonial style. From the Old House Journal Reference Library.
Binding: Glossy Pictorial Wraps
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15808