McGraw-Hill, New York, 1978, English
Nonfiction, Architecture
ISBN: 9780070034808

During the Great Depression a band of visionaries created a monument to the American dream: Rockefeller Center. In this book, Alan Balfour takes you behind the scenes of the planning and construction of the great metropolitan complex whose influence is still felt by architects, designers, engineers, and urban planners throughout the world. He explores the complex personalities of those who made Rockefeller Center the 20th century’s proudest achievement in American architecture.

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