Masters of World Architecture : Walter GropiusMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: Masters of World Architecture A114Publication details: 1960 George Braziller, Inc. New YorkDescription: 128 pages plates, plans 26 cmSubject(s): DDC classification:
- 720.943 FIT
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This exclusively black & white and copiously illustrated paperback survey of 33 major works from 1913 to 1960 was published in 1960 by George Braziller in English on only 128 pages. The introductory part on 25 pages is followed by 80 pages of illustrations - mainly photos, as well as hard line plans, sections and several sketches. The book is ended with a biography, writings, list of works, bibliography, etc. on several pages. Most of 138 (+ 3) illustrations are photos of very good quality, well balanced, crisp, and legible. Like all from the Masters of World Architecture/Makers of Contemporary Architecture series, it is solid among architectural monographs, while having only slightly bigger and sharper photos than in the comparable Studio
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