Tokyo: A+U Publishing, 1987. Text in English and Japanese. 325 pages. 4to, edge-worn pictorial wrappers. Tokyo: A+U Publishing, (1975). A very good(+) copy in a very good(-) wrapper. With essays by Kahn, Vincent Scully, Stanford Anderson, B.V. Doshi, Fumihiko Maki, Peter Smithson, and Uttam C. Jain.
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London: Fine Art Society, 1905. descriptive catalogue of his etched works. 45 plates, (26 etchings, 4 watercolors and 16 pencil drawings) portrait of Haig and 1 original etching signed in pencil of the Burgos Cathedral, lettered tissue guards throughout. Rubricated title, t.e.g.. Scattered foxing on the first few pages. Very thick tall 4to, 3/4 green morocco. London: Fine Art Society, 1905.
London: Thames & Hudson, 1973. Replete with 335 illustrations including 90 in color. 360 pages.Thick square 4to, pale blue silk, d.w. (two large closed tears on rear panel) London: Thames and Hudson, (1973). First edition. Upper corners very slightly bumped and neat ownership signature on endpaper, still a near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1911. 32 color plates, many text illustrations. xx + 208pp., large 8vo, decorative green cloth, t.e.g; corners and spine ends bumped, book plates inside front cover, ownership signature front free endpaper. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1911. Internally fine, a very good (+) copy.
Amsterdam: Huguetan, 1699. Engraved frontispiece, 126 exquisite full page copperplates, several text engravings, woodcut figures and tail- pieces. 344 pp. + register. Small 4to, handsomely rebound in 1/2 brown morocco. Amsterdam: Huguetan, 1699. Fine. Only one copy in NUC of this translation of Aviler's commentary on Vignol's Cours d'Architecture. Vignola (1507 - 1575) was the first to codify the rules of architecture, and is best known as Michelangelo's successor in charge of the work on St. Peter's basilica, and for.....
Cambridge: MIT Press, 1980. Many illustrations. xvi + 588pp., thick 8vo, purple cloth, d.w.; minor wear at spine ends, dust wrapper spine faded with some chipping at head, ownership signature of Mildred Schmertz, editor-in-chief of Architectural Record, on front free endpaper. Cambridge: MIT Press, (1980). A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.