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More than 500 striking color photographs of remarkable doors from around the world.

For anyone interested in architecture, history, travel or world cultures, doors have a special fascination. In addition to welcoming guests and keeping out intruders, a door creates the first impression of a building and provides a sense of welcome, security and peace.

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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Firefly Books
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Natosha
May 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
The book, Doors by Bob Wilcox and Jerome Markson is a packed with tons of door designs and great architecture styles. I love each color and details on and around the door. It's very attractive to the eye and influence so many wonderful ideas to create! I imagine drawing with this book, some ideas for homes to have as a new stylish door or entrance way. The many found in this book are doors that could possibly be seen on expensive, old houses and even hotels.

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