The Conservatory BookBook - 2001
Traditional conservatories extend the home, offering both an easy way to protect tender plants from harsh climates and a comfortable room for year-round enjoyment. With recent advances in glass, a conservatory can be secure, warm in winter, and pleasantly cool in summer. Best of all, it can even function as a dining room, studio, or kitchen Take a contemporary look at conservatory design, and at fresh ways of construction, styling the interior, linking indoor and outdoor space, and adding plants. The beautiful buildings on display include a graceful octagonal structure connected to the home by a glazed corridor and featuring a towering palm tree, a charming wooded retreat that can only be reached by a ladder; a tiny city conservatory, and pool houses. A treat and inspiration for the eye, the imagination, and the eventual occupants
Publisher: London : Cassell, 2001.
Characteristics: 160 p. :,col. ill. ;,30 cm.