77 photographs by Yukio Futagawa. Fine in fine dust jacket. This Fine/Fine HB/dj would have been rated higher but for exlibrary status. Few marks confined to the front free end paper. DJ in protective sleeve, not price clipped. 7 3/4 x 10 1/2", 6 Chapters including the Index. 136 p. Library of contemporary architects.
Very Good. 0671210513 "First U.S. printing; " introd. and notes by Rupert Spade and photos by Yukio Futagawa; 136 p., immaculate and unmarked; 77 wonderful photos, 9 in color, as well as architectural drawings; binding firm; unfaded black boards with bright silver gilt lettering are pristine and without shelf wear; very good glossy color photographic d.j., which is not price clipped, is clean but has mild age-toning at edges.
136p. b/w plate, draws., bibl., ind., color pict. wrps. 23cm. The author, an architect and student of Niemeyer, worked with Oscar Niemeyer, the master architect of Brazil, in the decade of the 1940's. Here, Corona presents the experience, projects, and lessons learned while working with Neimeyer.
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