Modern architecture since 1900

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1987 - Architecture - 431 pages
This is the established standard book for 20th Century architecture. While technical, economic, social and intellectual developments are fully treated, the final emphasis is on individuals and on the qualities that give outstanding buildings their lasting value. The third edition incorporates new knowledge and research with a greater emphasis on regional identity and variety. Three new chapters on recent developments have been added as well as an improved illustration count 350 4-C and 44 B/W.

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This third edition of the 1982 original has been greatly revised--seven additional chapters--to reflect new developments since its initial release. The volume's well-detailed text is buttressed with ... Read full review


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