Architectural Arts & Sculpture 15: The Architect's Sourcebook
Guild Sourcebooks, 2000 - Architecture - 301 pages
Architects can turn to THE ARCHITECT's SOURCEBOOK to locate the most innovative architectural artists available. This guide includes art sources for private, public, or liturgical spaces. There is sculpture and fountains for atriums; murals, mosaics or trompe l'oeil for walls; and other landscape and architectural elements.
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