Allan Greenberg: Selected Works

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Allan Greenberg
Wiley, Jun 6, 1995 - Architecture - 128 pages
This work features essays by Greenberg, reflecting his interest in the Hellenic origins of the orders as they have evolved through the Greek revival in America and a scholarly appreciation of Lutyens. Greenberg elucidates his architectural approach by juxtaposing precedent with new projects, such as Paternoster Square in London, the Athens Banner Herald building and the series of residences for which Greenberg is now famous.

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