The Origins of Modern Architecture: Selected Essays from "architectural Record"
Dover Publications, 1998 - Architecture - 299 pages
Encompassing 22 articles originally published in the distinguished magazine Architectural Record between 1891 and 1914 , this volume features fascinating items such as William Fryer's outline of the technology that enabled skyscraper construction, Frank Lloyd Wright's seminal essay "In the Cause of Architecture," and much more. Over 250 black-and-white illustrations. Index.
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