Budapest through the Eyes of an Architect

Budapest through the Eyes of and Architect by Pál Granasztói (Corvina, 1972) is a personal analysis of the Hungarian capital. The author is an architect and he writes about his home town with passion and unique personal knowledge of the city. The beautiful black-and-white photography is by Lajos Czeizing.

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Budapest through the Eyes of and Architect by Pál Granasztói (1908–1985) is a personal analysis of the Hungarian capital. The author was an architect and he writes about his home town with passion and unique personal knowledge. The beautiful black-and-white photography is by Lajos Czeizing (1922–1985), a noted Hungarian photographer.

The book presents Budapest as the architect sees it: a modern conception animated by its buildings, monuments, bridges and historical sites, street life, the traffic, the weather conditions, by day and night. The text is in English.

The copy in our stock is in nice condition except for a slight musty smell. The binding is fine and the pages are clean without markings except for the inscription on the first flyleaf and some yellowing on the edges. The dust jacket shows some signs of shelf wear and it is a bit edge worn.

Weight 957 g
Dimensions 24.0 × 20.5 × 2.0 cm
Author(s)

Lajos Czeizing, Pál Granasztói

Publisher

Corvina

Publishing year

1972

Language

Images

b&w photos

Binding

Hardcover

Condition

Number of pages

241

ISBN

n/a