Urban concepts, Volume 60

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Academy Editions, 1990 - Architecture - 96 pages
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David Larkin is a renowned editor, author, and book designer. His numerous architectural titles include "American Colonial," "Mission," "Adobe," "Barn,"" Farm," "Shaker Style," "Classic America," "Mill," "Victorian America," "American Masterworks," "Frank Lloyd Wright: Master Builder," and "The Treehouse Book."
Wendell Garrett is senior vice president of American decorative arts at Sotheby's, New York. For many years, he was editor and publisher for" Antiques" magazine. Among his numerous books are "Classic America "and "Victorian America." Garrett is also a regular on the PBS series "The Antiques Roadshow."
Michael Webb is the author of seventeen books, including" Modernism Reborn,"" Architects House Themselves," "The City Square," and "Through the Windows of Paris." An" Architectural Digest" contributing writer, he also writes for "A+U," "Domus," "Graphis," and the "New York Times."
Richard Guy Wilson, a Guggenheim Fellow, holds the Commonwealth Professor's Chair in Architectural History at the University of Virginia, where he is also Chair of the Department of Architectural History.
James Howard Kunstler is the author of "The Geography of Nowhere" and "Home from Nowhere" as well as eight novels.
Denise Scott Brown is an architect, planner, and urban designer who is world renowned for her contributions to theoretical research and education on the nature of cities. With her husband, architect Robert Venturi, she heads the influential architecture firm, Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates (VSBA) in Philadelphia.
Michael Freeman has collaborated on many books with David Larkin and has worked with him on such books as "Frank Lloyd Wright: Master Builder,""Frederick Law Olmstead: Designing the American Landscape," "Classic America," and" Victorian America."

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