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American Architecture of the 1980s

Canty, Donald

ISBN 10: 155835056X / ISBN 13: 9781558350564
Published by American Institute of Architects Press, 1990
Used Condition: Near Fine/fine Hardcover
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Original black binding/white lettering fine. Spine ends and corners are either rubbed or lightly worn. Hinges firm. Internally fine, clean, tight, without names or other markings. 342 pages. d.j. is very good+ a bit of edge wrinkling and one short tear at the corner fold. The front and back panels are lightly rubbed. Bookseller Inventory # 0000004120

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Title: American Architecture of the 1980s

Publisher: American Institute of Architects Press

Publication Date: 1990

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Col. & b&w Photos

Book Condition:Near Fine/fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+

Edition: First Edition

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A collection of articles selected from those published during the 1980s in Architecture, the monthly magazine of the American Institute of Architecture. The selection represents not only the best of contemporary American architecture but also, through in-depth articles and stunning images, outstanding architectural journalism. Profusely illustrated.

From Library Journal:

This is a collection of 45 essays previously published in Architecture , a publication of the American Institute of Architects. Each essay presents a structure representative of the best architecture or significant trends of the decade. Examples include the glass-and-steel "Crystal Cathedral" designed by Philip Johnson for Robert Schuller's electronic ministry, Michael Graves's colorful postmodern public buildings, and Frank Gehry's spatially ambiguous residences incorporating corrugated metal and chain-link fencing. Witty, accessible essays review the structures' conception and execution, aesthetic successes and failures, structural integrity, and relevance for purpose and place. Superb illustrations, including plans, drawings, and color photos, increase the book's appeal. Fourteen additional essays by designers and critics, not previously published, analyze the character of architecture of the 1980s. Recommended for art and architecture collections in public and academic libraries.
- Christine Whittington, Pennsylvania State Univ. Lib.
Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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