Arkitektur i Sverige – Architecture in Sweden 1995–1999 by Claes Caldenby and Olof Hultin (Arkitektur Förlag 1999) showcases the best of Swedish architecture in the 1990s.
This book is the fourth in the series documenting new architecture at five-year intervals. The books have been ethusiastically received both by architects and the general public, in Sweden and further afield. It is no exaggeration to say that, with their exhastive indexes of building througout the 20th century they now rank as classics among works of reference. Here is the very best of architecture included, but also the most provocative and innovative pieces.
– Claes Caldenby and Olof Hultin, Arkitektur i Sverige – Architecture in Sweden 1995–1999 (Arkitektur Förlag AB, 1999), excerpt from the back cover text
The text is in Swedish and English. The book is illustrated with photographs and architectural drawings.
Our copy in stock is in nice condition. The pages are clean, no markings; some toning occur. The binding is fine. The covers show some traces of shelf wear and use.