The vast climatic diversity of Colombia gives rise to surprising country house architecture, which the extensive selection contained in this book attempts to illustrate.
Houses of the most varied styles, which not only respond to climatic challenges but also to the whims and tastes of those who live in them. Houses with cozy atmospheres around a fireplace, in the cold savannah of Bogotá; colonial haciendas with old central patios lined with columns and lush vegetation, in Santágueda, Barichara and La Fe; open constructions invaded by light and delimited by creative water mirrors in Anapoima and Girardot. A journey through architectural solutions, decoration samples and design examples through the different corners of the country, far from the frenetic urban rhythm.
In country houses everyone is what they want to be. In country houses, each owner—according to his or her possibilities—expresses himself in a personal and unique way. There is a reason why the popular adage says: “I live in the country and survive in the city.”
- 2 kg
- 288 pages
- 22.9 x 28 cm
INFORMACIÓN DE ENVÍO
- In Bogotá: Shipping costs are proportional to weight and destination. These are calculated during the purchasing process.
- Nationwide: Shipping costs are proportional to weight and destination. These are calculated during the purchasing process.
- International Shipping: Shipping costs are proportional to weight and destination. These are calculated during the purchasing process.
Shipping and delivery times:
- Shipments within the national territory
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- Editor: Benjamín Villegas
- Texts: Germán Téllez Castañeda
- Photography: Antonio Castañeda Buraglia, Óscar Monsalve, Carlos Tobón, Claudia Uribe, Miguel Salazar, Germán Téllez, Jorge Eduardo Arango, Pilar Gómez, Sylvia Patiño,
- Art Department: Andrea Vélez, Enrique Coronado
- Collaborators: María del Pilar Londoño, Juan David Giraldo
- Style Review: Stella Feferbaum