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A history of architecture

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* New final chapter* Two revised chaptersThis second edition of the late Spiro Kostof's major work on the history of the built environment (first published in 1985) has been updated with a concluding chapter, Designing the Fin-de-Siecle'. Based on Professor Kostof's last lecture notes, the chapter was prepared by Greg Castillo, his research assistant and literary executor. Castillo also revised the two preceding chapters, Architecture and the State: The Interwar Years' and At Peace with the Past: The Last Decades' to keepthem consistent within the time frame. Throughout the book, many of the fine original line drawings by Richard Tobias have been replaced or updated by him, as have some 50 photographs, for improved clarity.
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ISBN-10:
0195083784
ISBN-13:
9780195083781
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

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* New final chapter* Two revised chaptersThis second edition of the late Spiro Kostof's major work on the history of the built environment (first published in 1985) has been updated with a concluding chapter, Designing the Fin-de-Siecle'. Based on Professor Kostof's last lecture notes, the chapter was prepared by Greg Castillo, his research assistant and literary executor. Castillo also revised the two preceding chapters, Architecture and the State: The Interwar Years' and At Peace with the Past: The Last Decades' to keepthem consistent within the time frame. Throughout the book, many of the fine original line drawings by Richard Tobias have been replaced or updated by him, as have some 50 photographs, for improved clarity.
In very good condition

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0195083784
ISBN-13:
9780195083781
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

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