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Collectible-Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to-over 9"-12" Tall. First printing. A clean, crisp copy. Full cloth binding. 541pp. Dust jacket in a new mylar cover. Large; heavy book; no international orders.
Fine in Fine jacket. 541 pages with Notes, Index, and numerous illustrations. A broad history and examination of the relationship between the architect and the engineer in western countries since the Renaissance.
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Very Good. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. With dust jacket. Contains: Illustrations, black & white, Illustrations, color. How architects and engineers relate to one another has long been debated but never addressed. This work looks at what has actually taken place when architecture and engineering have interlocked. It examines projects ranging from the building of Waterloo Bridge to the evolution of the Chicago skyscraper.
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