This deluxe 224-page coffee table book, written by Kenneth Treister and David Price, tells the fascinating story of the transformation of a Florida sandhill into a subtropical paradise: Bok Tower Gardens.
Chapters include accounts of Edward Bok's early years, the design of the gardens by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., and the history of the Pinewood Estate; a 20-room mansion acquired by the gardens in 1970. Full of breathtaking photographs, this comprehensive book will serve as a timeless reminder of one man's dream to make the world a bit better and more beautiful.
Authors: Treister & Price / Format: hardback / Length: 403 pages / Size: 10" X 12"
Note: Each book purchased also includes an autographed sticker template signed by both authors and the photographer that can be placed on the opening page.
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