Cuba – 400 Years of Architectural Heritage –

Rachel Carley   Photography by Andrea Brizzi  

“… Of all of Cuba’s important cultural assets, none speaks more eloquently of its history and evolution than its architecture. Like the country itself, Cuban architecture, with its distinct but difficult-to-define Cuban spirit, defies easy categorization. Spanning four centuries, this remarkable built legacy has been preserved largely through benign neglect, and so the island today serves as a rare archive of Caribean  architecural history waiting to be rediscovered. …”

Aanvullende informatie

Categorieën Bouw-Kunst/Ambacht, Fotoboeken
Landen Cuba
ISBN 0823011291
Uitgever Whitney Library of Design
Editie 1997
Talen Engels
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