Hart Wood: Architectural Regionalism in Hawaii
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296pp. May 2010
Hart Wood: Architectural Regionalism in Hawaii
Author: Hibbard, Don J.; Mason, Glenn E.; Weitze, Karen J.;
This lavishly illustrated book traces the life and work of Hart Wood (1880–1957), from his beginnings in architectural offices in Denver and San Francisco to his arrival in Hawaii in 1919 as a partner of C. W. Dickey and eventual solo career in the Island
“This is no mere coffee-table book: In addition to being a comprehensive biography of the man, Hart Wood: Architectural Regionalism in Hawai‘i offers in-depth analyses of the many influential buildings designed by Hart, and is packed with photogr
Author: Hibbard, Don J.; Mason, Glenn E.; Weitze, Karen J.;
Don J. Hibbard administered the State of Hawaii’s historic preservation program in 1981–2002 and now works as a heritage specialist. He has written several books on Hawaii architecture, including The View from Diamond Head and
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