Message - Re: doesnt anyone know any decent books?

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Posted by  Hugh Pearman on August 27, 2003 at 07:07:39:

In Reply to:  doesnt anyone know any decent books? posted by alex on August 26, 2003 at 10:44:42:

Modesty forbids me to suggest "Contemporary World Architecture" by Hugh Pearman, published by Phaidon, which is a bestselling knapsackful of inspiration and is now reasonably priced in paperback, especially at Amazon.

So instead I'll suggest "Modern Architecture since 1900" by William Curtis, also from Phaidon. It's been through several editions and is a definitive work on the 20th century.

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