The Details of Modern Architecture, Volume 2

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MIT Press, 2003 - Architecture - 447 pages
This work continues the study of the relationships of the ideals of design and the realities of construction in modern architecture, beginning in the 1920s and extending to the present day. It contains information on the construction of modern architecture at a variety of scales.
 

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These two books have amazing drawings of modern architecture. They are the most detailed I have seen. If you have a project which requires you to research a modern building these are the place to go. Read full review

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These two books have amazing drawings of modern architecture. They are the most detailed I have seen. If you have a project which requires you to research a modern building these are the place to go. Read full review

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The Artifacts of Industrialization
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Light Industrialization and
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19451962
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19721988 3
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Conclusion
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