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De La Warr Pavilion: The Modernist Masterpiece.
MENDELSOHN. Fairley, Alastair.
De La Warr Pavilion: The Modernist Masterpiece.
Designed by German emigre architects Erich Mendelsohn and Serge Chermayeff and opened by the future King George VI in 1935, the De La Warr Pavilion on the south coast of England is the most important piece of Modern Movement architecture in Britain. The first major book on this landmark building, it tells the fascinating story of the pavilion's genesis, construction, post-war decline and recent restoration, and celebrates its new life at the beginning of the twenty-first century as a vibrant cultural centre.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 172 pp
Publisher: Merrell.
Year: 2006.
Publication Place: London,
ISBN: 1858942837
Book Id: 69909

Price: $49.95

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