Philip Johnson. Introduction by Henry-Russell Hitchcock.
New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1966. First edition. Oatmeal cloth-bound hardback, dust jacket. 115 pages. 51 colour plates and many black and white plans. 285 x 260mm (11¼ x 10¼"). 1.3kg. . English. Near fine, in very good dust jacket; light ruffling to top forecorners and head of spine, short 1.5cm closed tear to top edge of rear jacket, not price-clipped; no inscriptions.
An early monograph on the work of American architect Philip Johnson. The book covers Johnson's Modernist buildings up to 1965, including The Glass House, a Nuclear Reactor, The Museum of Modern Art in New York, New York State Theater and many other residential and public spaces. The colour plates and plans are complemented by an introductory essay, a chronology of works and a bibliography.
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