Architecture and the Sites of History: Interpretations of Building and Cities

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Architecture and the Sites of History is an introductory textbook that explains how the present state of the urban and rural environment came into being. The book derives from an innovative history course for planning, building and architecture students given at University College of London's Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning by a ...

Architecture and the Sites of History: Interpretations of Building and Cities 1996, Architectural Press, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780750607568

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