This book is in good condition, with slight wear visible on the front and rear covers, and a very small tear at the top of the spine. The pages are undamaged, with no staining, tearing or creasing. The spine and bindings are also undamaged. The price is written on the second inside right cover page, and an Oxfam Gift Aid sticker is displayed on the front cover.
This unique book, an ideal purchase for anyone studying, or with an interest in art and architecture, provides a written and visual account of the building of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's long-envisaged 'House For An Art Lover'. Through colour photographs, diagrams, and written explanations, Graham Roxburgh tells the story of how Mackintosh's dream became a reality, some seventy years after his death.