Wallace Neff was responsible for many of the houses that have become icons of California domestic architecture. Many of his houses used Mediterranean vernacular touches, but they all bore the stamp of Neff's own particular design genius. Well-illustrated with color and black and white photographs, plans, and renderings, this book is an essential addition to the library of anyone interested in how California's domestic architectural vocabulary came to exist.
Font of dust jacket ripped. Photos and pages in great condition.