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Minnesota's State Capitol: The Art and Politics of a Public Building

Neil B. Thompson - History - 1974 - 100 pages
Minnesota's State Capitol: The Art and Politics of a Public Building tells the story of how private citizens, professional tradesmen, and public officials formed a coalition ...
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The Architecture of Paris: An Architectural Guide

Andrew Ayers - Architecture - 2004 - 415 pages
Over 300 buildings of the last 2000 years are presented.
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The Architecture of East Australia: An Architectural History in 432 ...

Bill MacMahon - Architecture - 2001 - 251 pages
The story of Australian architecture might be said to parallel the endeavours of Australians to adapt & reconcile themselves with their home & neighbours. It is the story of ...
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Factory

Gillian Darley - Architecture - 2003 - 224 pages
Gillian Darley traces the history of the modern factory, from the utopian schemes of Robert Owen or Claude Ledoux in the early 19th century, through the great modernist ...
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Sermons in Stone: The Stone Walls of New England and New York

Susan Allport - Architecture - 1994 - 208 pages
A history of stone wall construction traces significant eras and structures from the Ice Age to the present, assessing how stone wall building has been shaped by influences ...
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Twentieth-century American Architecture: The Buildings and Their Makers

Carter Wiseman - Architecture - 2000 - 368 pages
Presents figures, movements, and buildings that have defined twentieth-century American architecture, from Thomas Jefferson's work at the University of Virginia to the Mall of ...
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Cast-iron Architecture in America: The Significance of James Bogardus

Margot Gayle, Carol Gayle - Architecture - 1998 - 272 pages
Nineteenth-century American inventor and entrepreneur James Bogardus was known for his unique grinding mill and other patented devices, but his enduring claim to fame is his ...
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Werner Hegemann and the Search for Universal Urbanism

Christiane Crasemann Collins - Architecture - 2005 - 417 pages
"Werner Hegemann (1881-1936), a German-born multidisciplinary critic of the built environment, was well known in Europe and the United States in his lifetime. A critic rather ...
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Ephemeral City: Cite Looks at Houston

Barrie Scardino, Bruce C. Webb - Architecture - 2003 - 315 pages
Praise for Cite: The Architecture and Design Review of Houston: "I find Cite to be thorough, imaginative, always stimulating, and responsive to the diversity of the Houston ...
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