The Architectural Legacy of Alfred Giles
Selected RestorationsAn illustrated guide to the best restorations of a famed South Texas architect
From the 1870s to the 1920s, British-born architect Alfred Giles designed everything from simple domestic residences and showy mansions to county courthouses and commercial structures throughout Texas and northern Mexico. He was highly regarded at the time for adapting and combining stylistic elements with sobriety and simplicity. The Architectural Legacy ...
- Foreword Magazine's Gold Award (home & garden)