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London: Benn. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 205 plates, including 19 in color, all with lettered tissue guards. Thick heavy 4to, beige gilt-stamped cloth (bindings are a bit dust soiled and rubbed at edges). London: Benn Brothers, 1922. First edition. A very good(+) copy of this uncommon reference, limited to 1000 copies. Volume I: Text. Volume II: Plates.
London: Academyt Editions, 1978. Contributions and conclusion by Charles Jencks. Over 200 illustrations including 24 pages in color. 216 pages. 4to, red cloth, faded at bottom edged.w. (London: Academy Editions, (1978). A very good(+) copy. Explores the connection between Chinese gardens and Chinese paintings, their influence on natural landscaping in the West, etc.
New York: The Typophiles, 1965. Two volumes. Introduction by Paul A. Bennett. Illustrated. xiv + 298pp. and xiii + 302pp., 12mo, cloth, d.w., board slipcase; spines of dust wrappers slightly darkened. New York: The Typophiles, 1965. Fine copies in near fine dust wrappers and slipcase. Volume I: Reminiscences and Reflections; Volume II: Alfred A. Knopf and the Borzoi Imprint: Recollections and Aprreciations. Typophile Chap Books, Nos. 42 & 43.
Darmstadt: Koch, 1926. With 140 illustrations, mostly full-page and many in color. 4to, original pale decorative cloth (edgeworn with some repairs at spine ends and a bit soiled; interior pages in excellent condition). Darmstadt: Verlagsanstalt Alexander Koch, (1926). First edition. Text in German. Overall condition is very good. An unusual collection of modern interior design schemes by leading German and Austrian architects.
New York: Harry Winston, 1984. Edited by Ronald Winston. Illustrated throughout with many color plates. 206 pages. 4to, blue silk cloth with facsimile signature on cover, no dust wrapper as issued in a blue cloth clamshell box. New York: Harry Winston & Gemological Institute of America, (1984). First edition of the "deluxe" edition. A fine copy in a poor slipcase (solid but heavily faded).