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Described by the publisher as the first comprehensive presentation of writings by and about architect/philosopher Peter Eisenman, this book includes two interviews with Eisenman and contributions from philosophers Jacques Derrida, Andrew Benjamin, Jeff Kipnis and others, and from architectural historians Michael Hayes and Anthony Vidler, as well as illustrated presentations of six of his major projects. Fine .
The authors "contrast the traditional role of drawings as a documentation of the process of design or the representation of an object as yet unbuilt with the new role of drawing as a visual search for ideas and a statement of the potential role that architecture might play." [From the dust wrapper copy]. The book is illustrated with drawings by numerous architects, among them Cesar Pelli, Daniel Libeskind, Taft Architects and George Ranalli. Fine .
The author quotes a study that finds that 300 churches were built in the diocese of Milan between 1945 and 1995. He sets out to give an account of the fifty churches built or in the course of construction from 1985 to 2000. The text is in Italian. Very good .
First edition. Very good .
First edition. The text is in Italian.
Inscribed by Mauro Salvemini, former president of EUROGI, on the front endpaper and signed "Mauro. / October 22 1980". Very good .
Limited edition of 1,200 numbered copies.
A book about religious buildings and art in the parish of Fossalta, Italy. The text is in Italian. Fine .
A book about painters' and sculptors' studios and living spaces.
The text is in German. Very good .
Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper and signed "Victor".
Hungarian-born architect Victor Bohm came to the United States in 1939. He is well known as a specialist in medical and commercial buildings. He is a pioneer student of psychology in relation to architecture.
The foreword to the book is by Richard Neutra. Good .
This monograph on Swiss architect Mario Botta was published on the occasion of an exhibitIon at the Museum of Modern Art, which ran from November 20, 1986 to February 10, 1987. The exhibition was the second in the museum's Gerald D. Hines Interests Architecture Program. The text includes an interview with Botta by Stuart Wrede. Very good .
The text is by Rene Fouque and the photographs by Daniel Boudinet. The text is in French.
In the Italian town of Bomarzo, the main atttraction is a garden, the "Bosco dei Monstri" or Park of Monsters, so called after the many larger-than-life sculptures, some sculpted in the bedrock, which inhabit the landscape. The garden was created by Pier Francesco Orsini, [known as Vicino Orsini;1528- 1588] in memory of his deceased wife. Very good .
Third printing. Fine .