"Allan Braham's book "The Architecture of the French Enlightenment makes no acknowledgement of the current architectural interest in Neoclassicism and, in fact, Braham wants us to see this architecture as the product of a singular society. Nonetheless, whether he intended it or not, this straightforward, well-illustrated book will make life a lot easier for architects who have been pursuing French Neoclassicism . . . . [Braham] tells us a lot about the individual buildings."--Elizabeth G. Grossman, "Progressive Architecture
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Descrizione libro Thames and Hudson, 1980. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110500232970