...the dun, buff and biege of BUTABU...is a revelation. -- New York Newsday, November 11, 2003
A beautiful and finely printed book...It is a handsome and scholarly addition to the literature on adobe architecture. -- The Irish Catholic, 10/27/05
James Morris easily takes the palm for the year's most haunting architectural images...breathtaking. -- The New York Times Book Review, December 7, 2003
James's photographs map out that rare experience, a journey into entirely unknown architectural territory. -- The World of Interiors, December 2003
This might be the most important book on vernacular architecture since Bernard Rudofsky's 1964 Architecture Without Architects. -- The Architects Newspaper, December 8, 2003
About the Author
James Morris is an architectural photographer who founded Axiom Photographic Agency in London.