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Towards a New Architecture - Le Corbusier 1931

£60.00

Product description

A translation of the thirteenth edition of Le Corbusier's classical work. With an introduction by Frederick Etchells.

Hardback, cloth covered, book in good condition for its age. Ends of spine and corners bumped. Small holes in cloth at bottom left of spine, back fore corner and mid spine. Spine and part of front board faded. Wear on boards. Marks on all edges of text block. Internally the text is in good to very good condition. Bookplate on front free endpaper indicates book given as prize by the Devon and Cornwall Architectural Society in 1933. In the book is attached a journal article from 1977 questioning the relevance of Le Corbusier's ideas in the 1970s.

Item details

Author(s):
Le Corbusier
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2nd to 4th Thousand, 1931
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
289
Publisher:
John Rodker
Title:
Towards a New Architecture

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About this item

A translation of the thirteenth edition of Le Corbusier's classical work. With an introduction by Frederick Etchells.

Hardback, cloth covered, book in good condition for its age. Ends of spine and corners bumped. Small holes in cloth at bottom left of spine, back fore corner and mid spine. Spine and part of front board faded. Wear on boards. Marks on all edges of text block. Internally the text is in good to very good condition. Bookplate on front free endpaper indicates book given as prize by the Devon and Cornwall Architectural Society in 1933. In the book is attached a journal article from 1977 questioning the relevance of Le Corbusier's ideas in the 1970s.

Author(s):
Le Corbusier
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2nd to 4th Thousand, 1931
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
289
Publisher:
John Rodker
Title:
Towards a New Architecture

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