San Antonio Architecture

San Antonio Architecture

Traditions and Visions

A comprehensive catalog of the architecture inventory of the Alamo City

With a history more than 290 years old, San Antonio boasts a diverse, eclectic, and important architectural inventory. From the Spanish Missions of the 17th century to invigorating adaptation and restoration of historic buildings alongside landmark new construction, there is a wide array of culturally significant assets reflecting Anglo and ...

  • Paperback
  • 9781595341747
  • Published: March 2013

$24.95

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  • eBook
  • 9781595341792
  • Published: January 2013

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With a history more than 290 years old, San Antonio boasts a diverse, eclectic, and important architectural inventory. From the Spanish Missions of the 17th century to invigorating adaptation and restoration of historic buildings alongside landmark new construction, there is a wide array of culturally significant assets reflecting Anglo and Hispanic traditions, alongside regional variations of southern and southwestern American styles.

San Antonio Architecture is the comprehensive catalog of the architecture inventory of the city. Complete with color illustrations, keyed maps, and informative essays, it is a must-have book for every armchair and on foot architectural, art, and community historian. Edited by Julius M. Gribou, AIA; Robert G. Hanley, AIA; and Thomas E. Robey, AIA; with architectural text written by Lewis F. Fisher and Maria Watson Pfeiffer.