Vincent Scully
Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, 2004, 2002, English
Nonfiction, Architecture
8 x 10 inches, paperback, 400 pages, 313 halftone illustrations
ISBN: 9780691074412
Suggested Retail Price: $39.95

From the Publisher. In this collection of 20 essays from one of the most prominent architecture critics of the 20th century, Vincent Scully addresses the major themes of modern architecture—from the relationship between the natural and man-made environment to the modern experience of architecture and urbanism. The work and careers of the 20th century's greatest architects, from Frank Lloyd Wright to Robert Venturi, are highlighted throughout Scully's essays. Introduced by Neil Levine, a former student of Scully's, setting each essay within a scholarly, cultural, and historical context.

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