Concise history of architectural stylesMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: 2003 Herbert Press LondonDescription: 352 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN:
- 720.9 CON
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A Concise History of Architectural Styles is a visual guide to the history of architecture around the world, from the ancient civilisations of Egypt and the Near East to the Industrial Revolution. Hundreds of illustrations with extended captions show building styles and architectural details which will fascinate and delight everyone who is interested in buildings and how they have developed over the years. A visual guide to the history of architecture, including cultures as diverse as the Maya, dynastic China and Renaissance Europe. An accessible and succinct way to discover many of the world's classic examples of architecture. Hundreds of beautiful drawings and prints illustrate building styles and architectural details.
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