Architecture Transformed: New Life for Old Buildings

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Rockport Publishers, 1998 - Architecture - 191 pages
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Architecture Transformed: New Life For Old Buildings is a beautifully illustrated volume documenting today's building preservation efforts from around the world. The book includes more than 300 color photographs, floor plans, and line drawings; presents an in-depth look at almost 40 significant projects worldwide located in such places as the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, Singapore, and the Netherlands; and features a wide variety of buildings - theaters, museums, corporate headquarters, libraries, and cathedrals. A valuable resource that gives a sweeping look at the extent and breadth of the movement to preserve architectural heritage.

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About the author (1998)

Greer is a freelance writer, specializing in architecture and design.

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