Architecture.: NEW YORK CITY SKYSCRAPER ARCHITECT) Kahn, Ely Jaques.

Architecture.

NEW YORK CITY SKYSCRAPER ARCHITECT) Kahn, Ely Jaques.

Editorial: Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 11- 1929., 1929
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Attractive illustrated magazine in paper wraps; 12 x 9 inches; 82 pp; printed on quality stock; illustrated with photographs, architectural renderings and diagrams. Chips/short tears to paper wraps, otherwise very good, clean condition. Notice on Contents page states "$5.00 per year to members of the architectural and allied professions.all others, $10.00" The magazine's lead article, "Sources of Inspiration" by Ely Jacques Kahn, the noted architect of New York City skyscrapers, focuses on forms found in Asian and African crafts and buildings as keys to liberating the Western design imagination; article liberally illustrated with photographs. Two pages of photos focus on the 111 John Street office building (Buchman & Kahn, architects). Another illustrated article is devoted to the five million dollar Marcus Ward Home in Maplewood, NJ, a retirement home "for aged and respectable bachelors and widowers." Other illustrated articles on "Modern Architecture in Europe"; the lavish deco Uptown Theatre and office tower in North Philadelphia (Magaziner, Eberhard & Harris, Architects); Architecture's Portfolio focuses on Fenestration (the design and arrangement of windows) in a photo gallery featuring 29 images. A full-page reproduction of Francis Scott Bradford's mural for ITT Co. titled Map of the World is provided, plus other interesting features. In sum, a quality journal featuring a variety of illustrated articles and advertisements of continuing interest. Very good clean condition. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Architecture.
Editorial: Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 11- 1929.
Año de publicación: 1929
Encuadernación: Wrappers

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NEW YORK CITY SKYSCRAPER ARCHITECT) Kahn, Ely Jaques.
Editorial: Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 11- 1929. (1929)
Usado Wrappers Cantidad: 1
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Descripción Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 11- 1929., 1929. Wrappers. Attractive illustrated magazine in paper wraps; 12 x 9 inches; 82 pp; printed on quality stock; illustrated with photographs, architectural renderings and diagrams. Chips/short tears to paper wraps, otherwise very good, clean condition. Notice on Contents page states "$5.00 per year to members of the architectural and allied professions.all others, $10.00" The magazine's lead article, "Sources of Inspiration" by Ely Jacques Kahn, the noted architect of New York City skyscrapers, focuses on forms found in Asian and African crafts and buildings as keys to liberating the Western design imagination; article liberally illustrated with photographs. Two pages of photos focus on the 111 John Street office building (Buchman & Kahn, architects). Another illustrated article is devoted to the five million dollar Marcus Ward Home in Maplewood, NJ, a retirement home "for aged and respectable bachelors and widowers." Other illustrated articles on "Modern Architecture in Europe"; the lavish deco Uptown Theatre and office tower in North Philadelphia (Magaziner, Eberhard & Harris, Architects); Architecture's Portfolio focuses on Fenestration (the design and arrangement of windows) in a photo gallery featuring 29 images. A full-page reproduction of Francis Scott Bradford's mural for ITT Co. titled Map of the World is provided, plus other interesting features. In sum, a quality journal featuring a variety of illustrated articles and advertisements of continuing interest. Very good clean condition. Nº de ref. de la librería 51182

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