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Jeffrey Day feels that in general, contemporary Spanish architects do a better job of expressing vernacular forms by re-inventing them, rather than merely seeking to replicate the past. Clockwise from upper left: Magma Arts and Congress Centre by Menis Arquitectos, interior/exterior views of a residence by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos, and a contemporary Spanish style home by WDA Architects in Palo Alto, California. (These images were selected by Rebecca.

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