Modern Architecture A-Z - See also

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Tree Houses. Fairy Tale Castles in the Air

Tree Houses. Fairy Tale Castles in the Air

Hardcover, 10.2 x 13.4 in., 352 pages, $ 69.99
Branching out: childhood fantasy meets grown-up savoir faire
The Architect's Home

The Architect's Home

Hardcover, 8.2 x 10.8 in., 480 pages, $ 39.99
Autobiographical homes: the houses architects design for themselves
Architectural Theory (Midi-Format)

Architectural Theory

Softcover, 2 vols. in slipcase, 7.7 x 9.8 in., 852 pages, $ 29.99
Of buildings and men. Architects on their favorite subject
The Grand Tour. Travelling the World with an Architect’s Eye (Klotz)

The Grand Tour. Travelling the World with an Architect’s Eye

Hardcover, 5.5 x 7.7 in., 576 pages, New edition, only $ 19.99
Original edition $ 29.99
Travelling the world with an architect’s eye
Architectural Theory – Italy, France and Spain (eBook)

Architectural Theory – Italy, France and Spain

eBook for iPad, 426 pages, $ 13.99
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All the most influential architecture essays from Spain, France and Italy, from the Renaissance to the 19th century. These must-read texts are accompanied by insightful contemporary commentaries, interactive images and galleries including ground plans, design schemes and lithographs.
Architectural Theory – England, Germany and the 20th Century (eBook)

Architectural Theory – England, Germany and the 20th Century

eBook for iPad, 426 pages, $ 13.99
iBookstore
The treatises which shaped the structures in which we live, work and play. All the most groundbreaking essays on architecture from England, Germany and the 20th century, each accompanied by insightful contemporary commentaries, interactive images and galleries including ground plans, design schemes and lithographs.
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Modern Architecture A-Z (Jumbo)

Modern Architecture A-Z

Hardcover, 2 vols. in slipcase, 9.4 x 12.0 in., 592 pages
$ 59.99
Edition: English
Availability: In Stock
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“The book provides a splendid record of architecture from the nineteenth century to the present day.”
— Architectural Review, London, United Kingdom