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Col.legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya, 1998 - Architecture - 189 pages
This monograph is devoted to the works of Josep M. Jujol -- one of the most important Spanish architects of the modernist period, and who has recently been re-discovered after long being overshadowed by his contemporary and equal Antoni Gaudi. Forty years after his death, Jujol is becoming recognized as one of the primary contributors to modern architecture, and this book is sure to add to the perception of his stature.

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