Abraham Zabludovsky: Architect, Paul Heyer, Princeton Architectural Press, 1993, NF 1st
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Zabludovsky, Abraham, and Paul Heyer. New York, Princeton Architectural Press, 1993.
English, First Edition, Near Fine, Hardcover, 4to, 10 1/4'' x 10 1/4", 300 pp.
Tan cloth over boards, black stamped title to front panel and spine. From the private library of architect Oscar Leidenfrost, a gift from his wife to him, inscription at front free endpaper: “March 6, 1996-Mexico. To my Wonderful Hubby-Happy Birthday/Feliz Cumpleaños-I Love you! Wimpy”. Mild bumping to tail, minor ding to top board near head, binding tight, unmarked throughout, mild soiling to bottom edge of boards. Very Good dust jacket with full architectural photo to front and back, white title to front and spine, scratches to surface, creasing to inner flaps, creasing to top edge of flap, minor wear at gate flap fold, scratches to front panel, no chips, else no tears, not price clipped and protected in a paper-backed Mylar sleeve, 300 pp. Replete with over 400 full color and black and white illustrations, diagrams, sketches, and blueprints, introduction by Abraham Zabludovsky, essay by Paul Heyer, Catalog of Works, Selected Bibliography. A stellar example of modern Mexican architecture that ties the traditional ideals with the urban environment. A book beautifully designed by Massimo Vignelli.