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Chiang Mai Style Hardcover – 1 Oct 2005
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With more than 300 stunning colour photographs and clear, concise text, "Chiang Mai Style" captures the essence of the city's eclectic yet distinctive architectural style. This book celebrates the distinctive architecture, interiors and crafts of Thailand's second largest city. From the vernacular architecture of the traditional Lanna style to chic residences to luxurious hotels and spas, the essence of this fascinating city is revealed.
About the Author
JOE CUMMINGS has been writing about Southeast Asia for nearly 30 years. He has authored several books for the Lonely Planet travel guides series as well as photographic books on the region. He first came to Chiang Mai in 1977 and is now a full-time resident of the city. LUCA INVERNIZZI TETTONI was born in northern Italy and has spent nearly half his life in Asia. During the 80s, his long association with Thailand resulted in the publication of a number of ground-breaking books including The Arts of Thailand, and the best selling Thai Style. His ability to discover and record ancient traditions and immutable aspects of Asia has been instrumental in creating awareness of traditional styles and values of these fast-changing societies. More recently, his work has been featured in a number of coffee-table books on spas, resorts and contemporary architecture.
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Not a guide book of the Lonely Planet type...