México, D.F: Facultad de Arquitectura, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México UNAM, 2006. b/w plates, graphs., facs., chrts., plans, diags., maps, appen., chron., ind., bibls., color pict. fldg wrps. Item #85772
Comprehensive study of the system of construction, the architectonic programs and the urban designs of the northernmost frontier of the New Spain. Participating researchers Juan Aguirre Cano, Diana Ramiro Esteban and Gabriela Vázquez García analyze the economic, social and cultural conditions that motivated the construction and urban development in inhospitable and uninhabited zones of what is now the state of Florida in the United States. This region has been rarely studied although it represents an important part of the Mexican architectural history. LIMITED EDITION OF 1000.