Perspecta 9/10: The Yale Architectural Journal, 1966, 2nd Printing, Very Good
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Perspecta 9/10: The Yale Architectural Journal Author: Robert A. M Stern (Editor) et al. Publisher: School of Art and Architecture of Yale University Release Date: 1966 Seller Category: Architecture Qty Available: 1 Condition: Used: Very Good Sku: 02042 Notes: Very Good, Second Printing, 4to, 11 1/2" x 9 1/2." Black-and-white paper wrappers with black-and-white illustrations on front and back. Black lettering on white spine. Covers have light rubbing, light to moderate surface wear along edges, spine crease, and a few small wrinkles, else clean and intact. Pages have light age toning throughout, slight soiling limited to edges of text block, and the small occasional mark, else clean and intact. Replete with black-and-white printed photographs and illustrations. 336 pp., including illustrations. An issue of _Perspecta: The Yale Architectural Journal_, an architectural journal published by the Yale School of Architecture that is still in print to this day. The following are the essays and features in this issue: "In Memoriam: Robert Ernest," "Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture: Selections from a Forthcoming Book" by Robert Venturi, "You Have to Pay for the Public Life" by Charles W. Moore [includes a section on Disneyland in Los Angeles and an illustrated map of the park], "Reflections on Buildings and the City: The Realism of the Partial Vision" by Romaldo Giurgola, "Aalto vs. Aalto: The Other Finland" by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, "Whence & Whither: The Processional Element in Architecture" by Philip Johnson, "Some Remarks on Architecture" by Peter Millard, "Henry Hobson Richardson: Some Unpublished Drawings" by Charles Price, "Photographs of the Connecticut State Capitol" by John T. Hill, "Replication Replicated, or Notes on American Bastardy" by G. L. Hersey, "Paul Rudolph: Proposed Expansion of the Architect's Office; The Architect's Apartment," "The New City Hall at Boston: A Portfolio of Sketches and Drawings" by Kalimann, McKinnell and Knowles, "Doldrums in the Suburbs" by Vincent Scully, "Remarks on Continuity and Change" by Edward L. Barnes, "What Can Historians Do for Architects?" by George A. Kubler, "Youth and Age in Architecture" by Adolf K. Placzek, and "Remarks" by Louis I. Kahn. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.