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Classic Cracker: Florida's Wood-Frame Architecture

Classic Cracker Florida s Wood Frame Architecture Winner of the LoPresti Award for excellence in art publishingCracker homes take the best advantage of the climate and terrain of Florida This book provides a history of Florida wood frame archite

  • Title: Classic Cracker: Florida's Wood-Frame Architecture
  • Author: Ronald W. Haase
  • ISBN: 9781561640140
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • Winner of the 1993 LoPresti Award for excellence in art publishingCracker homes take the best advantage of the climate and terrain of Florida This book provides a history of Florida wood frame architecture, from the simplest single pen homesteads to the latest homes at Seaside, and includes several floor plans for new adaptations of classic Cracker architecture Learn aWinner of the 1993 LoPresti Award for excellence in art publishingCracker homes take the best advantage of the climate and terrain of Florida This book provides a history of Florida wood frame architecture, from the simplest single pen homesteads to the latest homes at Seaside, and includes several floor plans for new adaptations of classic Cracker architecture Learn about the double pen house, the classic dogtrot, the four square Georgian, the Cracker townhouse, and much with this exploration of Florida s orginal architecture.Includes several floor plans for new adaptations of classic Cracker architecture.

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    1 thought on “Classic Cracker: Florida's Wood-Frame Architecture

    1. Overall, a great book full of good information including ample photos and line drawings of traditional Florida wood-frame vernacular architecture. The author is probably the greatest living authority on Florida Cracker architecture, having researched, taught and even built (he's a practicing architect as well as a professor at the University of Florida) the style for years. My only complaint is how slim the book is: given that it's the only volume dedicated to its topic, it seems it could have b [...]

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