London: Portrait of a City
Phaidon, 1999 - Architecture - 240 pages
London: Portrait of a City is an intimate photographic essay that captures the glory and character of the city's buildings, facades and interiors. Its neat, portable format - and exceptional value for money - make it the ideal companion or souvenir for the many tourists, visitors and inhabitants alike who are mesmerized by the diverse architectural forms and histories that this multifaceted city has to offer. From the sublime to the ubiquitous, many of these photographs present unusual views of well-known monuments and highlight their lesser-known idiosyncracies.
Based on the in-depth volume London Architecture published by Phaidon in 1993, this easy-to-use paperback edition is at once concise and accessible, meticulous and insightful. The same concept has been applied to Paris: Portrait of a City, which comprises the perfect companion volume.
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Review: London: Portrait Of A CityUser Review - Kevin de Ataíde - Goodreads
Small picture-book and good coffee table material. Interestingly, it calls the Brompton Oratory the foremost Catholic church in London. A-hem. Read full review