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Bungalow: From Heritage to Contemporary

Patrick Reynolds


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PUBLISHED: 9th November 2014
ISBN: 9781775535911
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  • Hardcover
    $57.61
PUBLISHED: 9th November 2014
ISBN: 9781775535911

Publisher Description

A glorious celebration of one of New Zealand's most significant residential architectural styles. If you live in a house built before 1940, chances are it's a bungalow. It may be small and utilitarian, or it may be a high-flown celebration of the Arts and Crafts movement, loaded with inglenooks, stained-glass windows and wood panelling...either way it's a housing style that's instantly familiar to New Zealanders: well built, snug, and full of character. LIke its antecedent, the villa, its style has given our older suburbs their generous atmosphere and tone. In this splendid book, edited by Nicole Stock, New Zealand's best architectural writers and historians document the bungalow's complex past and its varied and eminently modifiable present.

Author Biography

Patrick Reynolds, the son of architects, has been photographing buildings for all of his considerable career. His work is published in both New Zealand and international magazines. He teaches part time at the University of Auckland's school of architecture. Nicole Stock is a writer and editor based in Auckland, New Zealand. She has been the editor of architecture and design magazine Urbis, assistant editor on Architecture New Zealand and Houses New Zealand magazines and acting editor of Dwell Asia. She has an architecture degree with first class honours from the University of Auckland and is currently studying towards an MBA.

Product Details

Author
Patrick Reynolds
Publisher
Random House New Zealand Ltd
Year
2014
ISBN-10
1775535916
ISBN-13
9781775535911
Format
Hardcover
Publication Date
2014-11-07
Country of Publication
New Zealand
Pages
384
Photographer
Patrick Reynolds
Subtitle
From Heritage to Contemporary
Edited by
Nicole Stock
Illustrations
colour photographs

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02 Dec, 2018
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