Good. Hardcover with dust jacket, bright, pages clear and bright with a little yellow highlighting, shelf and edge wear, cocked, corners bumped, notes on inside front cover, closed dust jacket edge tear, from a private collection, NOT an ex-library copy, ships in a box, delivery confirmation on U.S. orders.
Very Good in Chipped, Repaired D. J jacket. For the introduction to this monograph, Chicago architect, author, and theorist Stanley Tigerman asks, by way of his title, "Who is Bruce Graham, Anyway? " It is not an altogether inappropriate query considering that SOM, the giant Chicago architectural firm where Bruce Graham has worked for almost 40 years, has traditionally not followed every whim and fancy of the architectural profession. Although the buildings designed by Graham, and others on which he collaborated with SOM engineer Fazlur Khan, do not scream out for attention as do some of the "signature" buildings of today, they nevertheless number among them some of the undisputed masterpieces of tallbuilding construction.
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