The Australian Verandah -by- Douglass Baglin and Peter Moffitt. ISBN 0727103180. Australian
Architecture. The verandah in all its varied forms is a distinctive feature of Australian architecture; the addition of a verandah to the
simple Georgian box house by early settlers proved a most successful style in Australia for over sixty years; later, the influence of
the Victorian style brought the addition of intricately patterned cast iron balustrades, frieze panels and supporting columns to the
verandah. Douglass Baglin's superb colour photographs capture the essential uniqueness of the verandah in Australia. Used softcover
book. 128 pages. (Summit Books. Dee Why West. 3rd Imp 1980) Covers are lightly scuffed, else in very good condition. Weight 550 grams.
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