Architectural Theory, 2 Volume Set
Chronicling the evolution of architectural theory from ancient Greece through medieval times to today, this classic reference offers the most coherent and broad survey available. It's breadth of coverage and user-friendly format will make it an ideal reference for anyone in the field.
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