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MEDITERRANEAN LIVING

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di Manuela Roth

MEDITERRANEAN LIVING. Stylish and Elegant or Close to Nature

House of the Infinite in Cadiz, Spain (Alberto Campo Baeza)
Fobe House in Tassoulante, Morocco (Guilhem Eustache)
House U in Dubrovnik, Croatia (Studio 3LHD)
Bodrum Residence in Bodrum, Turkey (Emre Arolat Architects)
House Olivi in Treia, Italiy (Wespi de Meuron Romeo architects)
 

The Mediterranean lifestyle is as multifaceted as the cultures that have evolved around the Mediterranean Sea. It has absorbed African, Arab and European influences and incorporates the various local architectural styles. A common element of Mediterranean design is living in harmony with nature – the climatic conditions in particular have always affected the residential culture around the world’s largest inland sea.

Light and breezy layouts, cooling materials, and shade providing constructions are complemented by terraces, patios and gardens. Mediterranean Living shows rural dream residences made of natural rock as well as airy apartments at the heart of metropolises and ultra-modern villas. It takes us on a journey from Spain via Greece all the way to Morocco and Israel.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 23,5×33,5
Pagine: 216
Immagini a colori: 583
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2015

ISBN: 9783037681978

In offerta!

MEDITERRANEAN LIVING

62,00 

1 disponibili

di Manuela Roth

MEDITERRANEAN LIVING. Stylish and Elegant or Close to Nature

House of the Infinite in Cadiz, Spain (Alberto Campo Baeza)
Fobe House in Tassoulante, Morocco (Guilhem Eustache)
House U in Dubrovnik, Croatia (Studio 3LHD)
Bodrum Residence in Bodrum, Turkey (Emre Arolat Architects)
House Olivi in Treia, Italiy (Wespi de Meuron Romeo architects)
 

The Mediterranean lifestyle is as multifaceted as the cultures that have evolved around the Mediterranean Sea. It has absorbed African, Arab and European influences and incorporates the various local architectural styles. A common element of Mediterranean design is living in harmony with nature – the climatic conditions in particular have always affected the residential culture around the world’s largest inland sea.

Light and breezy layouts, cooling materials, and shade providing constructions are complemented by terraces, patios and gardens. Mediterranean Living shows rural dream residences made of natural rock as well as airy apartments at the heart of metropolises and ultra-modern villas. It takes us on a journey from Spain via Greece all the way to Morocco and Israel.

Veste editoriale: Cartonato con Sovraccoperta
Formato: 23,5×33,5
Pagine: 216
Immagini a colori: 583
Lingua: GB
Anno: 2015

ISBN: 9783037681978