Good. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, that'll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.
Large octavo; VG-/G+; White spine with black text; Dustjacket age toned with light foxing and rubbing, spine slightly darker from age, back cover has a few spots, spine head chipped, DJ edges have a few creases and short closed tears; Boards strong with light age toning and edge wear, binding strong; Textblock age toned, textblock edges have foxing, title page has blind stamp, interior clean; 228 pp. Rockville.
Orig. gray cloth. Very good in worn dust wrapper. 228 pp. Preface by Le Corbusier. Voluminously illustrated in black and white and with color plates. Index. Le Corbusier notes, "Neither architecture nor urbanismhave as yet manifested themselves in terms of decisive and universally accepted realities." (Unlike painting and sculpture). Le Corbusier admires Damaz'sattempt to focus upon these differences between disciplines. Owner inscription.
Very good(+) in very good(-) jacket. Preface by Le Corbusier. Text in English and French. Illustrated throughout, primarily in black & white. 227pp. Wide 4to, beige cloth, slightly chipped d.w. New York: Reinhold, (1956). Slightly sunned, still a very good(+) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
First edition. Hardcover. Text in English and French. Preface by Le Corbusier. Includes numerous black and white and some color illustrations. A very good plus copy that is slightly musty in a very good plus dust jacket that has some minor wear.
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