Looked over but often overlooked, fences have played an essential role in the American building tradition since colonial times. Thousands of types of fences have been created, and millions of miles constructed across the American landscape. Skirting private and public spaces, they define the nation's borders and boundaries, while playing an integral part in its visual environment. Lavishly illustrated, "Between Fences" assembles a distinguished group of architects, theorists, and historians who address this fundamental yet ...

Between Fences 1996, Princeton Architectural Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9781568980805

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