Georgetown's architecture was molded by the French, Dutch, British and Spanish during the C18th/C19th and built in a classical style reinterpreted by local craftsmen largely in wood. The book gives a brief history of Georgetown, explaining the various house types with photographs of the buildings and their particular features
Aalto built three major works in America that counted among the most important in his career: the Finland Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, Baker House at MIT, and the Library at Mount Angel Abbey, Oregon. This title deals with the complex nature of Aalto's experience with America.
Presents Sao Paulo's prudent and inclusive policy in urban development and infrastructure planning as a prime example among mega-cities in emerging countries for how to tackle many of the major social challenges they face
A new collection from the author/illustrator of the hugely popular All the Buildings in New York, this is a charmingly illustrated journey to the City of Angels that is sure to delight and inspire not only longtime Angelenos but also newbies and armchair travelers of all ages.