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Stables
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AUTHOR(S) Kathryn Masson; photography by Paul Rocheleau; introduction by Perky Beisel; foreword by Arthur Hancock III
DIMENSIONS 11" x 10" x 1"
FORMAT hardcover
ISBN 9780847833146
IMPRINT Rizzoli
PAGE COUNT 256
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 29 - Jul 04
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A celebration of horses and their lodgings, this exquisite book covers horse country across the United States and traces the origins of 25 stunning stables, from their beginnings in the early 19th century to the contemporary designs of today. Uniquely spectacular, each selection is a reflection of its regional heritage. Featuring all-new color photography, Stables showcases the best of America’s diverse equine homes, making it a must-have for any horse or architecture enthusiast.

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