Neo-Mexiterranean
 n.— «There are front porches along the street, condominiums up above, even lofts designed to look like row houses shipped here from the East Coast. Much of the new stuff is generic Bay Area infill—”neo-Mexiterranean” is the wonderful phrase tossed my way by a local architect years ago. And some of it is painful, such as the row houses where the half-inch-thin brick is pasted onto the outer walls alongside brick-red stucco.» —“Hayward’s redevelopment trying to take the ‘sub’ out of suburban” by John King San Francisco Chronicle (California) Jan. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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