Abraham Zabludovsky y la Vivienda, Arquine, 2000, 1st Ed., Fine Catalogue

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Abraham Zabludovsky y la Vivienda ISBN: 9684640927 Author: Miguel Adria et al. Publisher: Instituto Mexicano del Cemento y del Concreto; Arquine Ediciones Release Date: 2000 Seller Category: ARCHITECTURE Qty Available: 1 Condition: Used: Excellent Sku: 02018 Notes: Fine, SIGNED, First Edition, one of 3000 copies, 4to, 10 3/4" x 8 1/4." Bilingual text in Spanish and English. Light blue paper wrappers with black lettering on front and spine. Black-and-white wrap-around illustration on covers and spine. Also includes a small illustration on front in blue metallic ink. Covers have minuscule wear to extremities, else pristine and intact, binding tight, sharp tips. Pages have light age toning, else pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white illustrations. The English translations and some of the illustrations are printed in blue metallic ink. Printed on front copyright page: "Primera edicion: 3000 ejemplares." SIGNED in black pen on page facing copyright page, possibly by Miguel Adria: "For Oscar & Barbara [Lerdenfrost?], Mexico, 21-XII-02 [December 21, 2002], Sincerely, [--?], [signature]." 214 pp., including illustrations. Beautiful monograph about the work of Abraham Zabludovsky (1924-2003), a Polish-Mexican architect. Zabludovsky was born in Bialystok, Poland and later moved to Mexico where he graduated from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico in 1949. Early in his career, he designed many projects in Mexico City. Beginning in 1968, Zabludovsky collaborated with architect Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon. Both Zabludovsky's and Gonzalez de Leon's styles feature geometric, linear designs. This book includes essays by different authors and highlights different types of Zabludovsky's projects including residences, apartment buildings, towers, and housing complexes. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.