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Creating the New American Townhouse

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Creating the New American Townhouse

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Author(s):

Alexander Gorlin

Format:

hardcover

ISBN:

978-0-8478-2712-1

Size:

12.4" x 1.1" x 9.3"

Page count:

240

Why We Love This

Once the bastion of the haute bourgeoisie, the town house has now been embraced by families with young children, single urban professionals, and retired couples, all looking for more comfortable city or suburban living. Architect Alexander Gorlin explores a spectacular array of diverse town-house designs (often referred to by different terms in different parts of the country) that carry this familiar symbol of architectural innovation and refinement into the 21st century.

Why We Love This

Once the bastion of the haute bourgeoisie, the town house has now been embraced by families with young children, single urban professionals, and retired couples, all looking for more comfortable city or suburban living. Architect Alexander Gorlin explores a spectacular array of diverse town-house designs (often referred to by different terms in different parts of the country) that carry this familiar symbol of architectural innovation and refinement into the 21st century.