2 edition of Architecture of the world found in the catalog.
Architecture of the world
|LC Classifications||NA203 .R33 1975|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||75325037|
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The book is divided chronologically into two-page spreads on the architecture of the world from ancient times to the present.
The text is minimal, only a couple of paragraphs per section. The rest of each section is devoted to illustrations, mostly in color and generally more informative than the text/5. The strength of the book is that it attempts to survey the entire world from ancient to modern times in one, not too intimidating volume.
China, Japan, Indian, Islamic, and Pre-Columbian architecture are given short chapters, although the bulk of the book is dedicated to tracing Western architecture from ancient times to shortly after World War by: About the Author. Will Pryce is an award-winning photographer who originally trained as an architect at Cambridge University and the Royal College of Art, and photojournalism at the London College of Printing.
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