THE AUSTRALIAN HOMESTEAD

By: Philip Cox and Wesley

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THE AUSTRALIAN HOMESTEAD by Philip Cox and Wesley Stacey
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Lansdowne Press, Melbourne - first edition, 1972. hardcover, 10" x 11 1/4", with dust jacket. Jacket has 3 short edge tears. Packed book weighs 2 kilos. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Black cloth-bound boards, landscape format, with silver type to spine, grey endpapers, approx 240 magnificent b&w photographs, house plans, and bibliography. 'The Australian Homestead' is a study of both the style and function of Australia's rural enclaves of power and prestige, of architectural influences and adaption and, in the thirty-four homesteads represented, of the personalities of the landowners who lived in them. Philip Cox is an internationally-acclaimed Australian architect; his colleague Wes Stacey is a leading Australian photographer, with several overseas exhibitions.

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