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The Early Louis Sullivan Building Photographs.
SULLIVAN. Plank, Jeffrey and Crombie Taylor
The Early Louis Sullivan Building Photographs.
As the first important designer of skyscrapers, Louis Sullivan was one of the most influential American architects of all time whose beautifully detailed buildings helped transform Chicago into the epitome of the American city. This elegant over-sized monograph reproduces for the first time a treasure-trove from the architect's archive; images which document Sullivan's pivotal structures and interiors. This may be the first extensive survey of Sullivan's building photographs ever produced.

Category: Featured Publishers, William Stout
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 250pp.
Publisher: William Stout Publishers.
Year: 2001
Publication Place: San Francisco,
Book Id: 46968

Price: $60.00

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