Southwestern and California Styles

March 2004
American Houses: A Field Guild to the Architecture of the Home;2004, p323
The article presents information on some architectural traditions found in the Southwest region of the U.S. during the 19th century. The architectural designs of the region were influenced by a blend of Spanish, Italian, Mexican, and English architecures. Red tile roofs were extensively used during the period. Influence of the Spanish Pueblo Revival architecture is also discussed.


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