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Image for Amsterdam School: Dutch Expressionist Architecture, 1915-1930

Amsterdam School: Dutch Expressionist Architecture, 1915-1930

By: de Wit, Wim (editor)

Price: $65.00

Publisher: MIT Press / Cooper-Hewitt Museum: 1983

Seller ID: 144592

ISBN: 0910503214

Condition: Near Fine


A clean, unmarked book with a tight binding. This is a softcover with a dust jacket. 172 pages. 9"w x 8"h. Many illustrations and photos. "All the major projects are documented, from renderings of furniture and interiors to completed buildings. Shown are both realized and unrealized designs by Michel de Klerk, Piet Kramer, Margaret Kropholler, Johan van der Mey, Frits Staal, Hendrik Wijdeveld, and G.F. la Croix." View more info

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The Language of Post-Modern Architecture

By: Jencks, Charles

Price: $14.50

Publisher: Academy Editions: 1977

Edition: Revised Enlarged Ed.

Seller ID: 145011

ISBN: 0312097425

Condition: Near Fine


Book is in excellent condition, with very light shelf wear to covers only. Binding is solid and square, covers have sharp corners, exterior shows no other blemishes, text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind. 136 pages with color and b&w photos throughout, line drawings, elevations, floor plans, mechanical drawings. View more info

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architecture of Europe, The

By: Yarwood, Doreen

Price: $15.50

Publisher: U.S.A., Chancellor Press: 1974

Seller ID: 133537

ISBN: 0907486053

Condition: Near Fine


Beautiful book, packed with b&w fine-line drawings and photos. Green covers show very light edge wear only with sharp corners. Binding is solid, text block unblemished, spine straight in as-new, very solid binding. Book shows very little wear of any kind. Dust jacket has very light shelf wear only, clean edges, no tears. Contents include: Minoan and Greek c. 3000 - 146 B.C. ; Etruscan and Roman 750 B.C. to A.D. 476; Byzantine and Medieval architecture; Pre-Romanesque and Romanesque seventh century to thirteenth century; Gothic 1150-1600; Renaissance and Mannerism 1420-1650; The changing f... View more info