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London The Unique City

£6.99

Product description

A study by the Danish architect Steen Rasmussen addressing the question 'Why is London so different from continental cities?' This is a study on why London has expanded outwards rather than upwards. The result of his investigations in photographs and text form a most fascinating and readable book. It covers the different types of houses, neighbourhoods and parks and the social influences that moulded the character and shape of the city.
Published in 1960, this is an abridged edition of the First edition that was published in 1934. Wonderfully illustrated. Sunned and some foxing. There is a split to the outer shell of the cover running down the spine.
Of interest to architects and historians.

Item details

Author(s):
Rasmussen, S.E.
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Penguin

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A study by the Danish architect Steen Rasmussen addressing the question 'Why is London so different from continental cities?' This is a study on why London has expanded outwards rather than upwards. The result of his investigations in photographs and text form a most fascinating and readable book. It covers the different types of houses, neighbourhoods and parks and the social influences that moulded the character and shape of the city.
Published in 1960, this is an abridged edition of the First edition that was published in 1934. Wonderfully illustrated. Sunned and some foxing. There is a split to the outer shell of the cover running down the spine.
Of interest to architects and historians.

Author(s):
Rasmussen, S.E.
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Penguin

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