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Chevalier’s hosts Douglas Woods signing copies of his latest book “The California Casa” Sunday April 15, 12-2 pm
|April 15, 2012|
Sunday April 15th from 12 – 2 pm.
126 N. Larchmont Blvd.
Doug Woods says his newest book, “The California Casa,” is the largest survey of Spanish Colonial Revival homes ever published.
The Windsor Village author’s book contains text and photographs of 35 houses from Montecito to La Jolla. Melba Levick provided more than 300 photographs. Several area homes are featured including the Adamson House on Muirfield Road and the Mead home on June St.
This sumptuous and comprehensive volume embraces one of the most beloved house forms, the Spanish Colonial Revival, presenting at once a lavish portrait of the style as well as the definitive statement on the subject through more than three hundred color photographs.
The houses featured are the very best of the type and showcase the work of architects such as George Washington Smith, Bertram Goodhue, Wallace Neff, and Paul Williams, from the early twentieth century, to the work of contemporary practitioners, including Marc Appleton, Michael Burch Architects, and others. These homes are a fantasy for living made real in the Southern California sun.