Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture 1914–1936

Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture 1914–1936 (Princeton Architectural Press, 1988) by Dennis P. Doordan examines in detail the fascinating and prolific ear of Italian Architecture between the World Wars especially as regards the architectural production of Antonio Sant’Elia, Giuseppe Terragni, and Giovanni Muzio, and the Futurist, Novecento, and Rationalist movements.

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Building Modern Italy: Italian Architecture 1914–1936 (Princeton Architectural Press, 1988) by Dennis P. Doordan examines in detail the fascinating and prolific ear of Italian Architecture between the World Wars especially as regards the architectural production of Antonio Sant’Elia, Giuseppe Terragni, and Giovanni Muzio, and the Futurist, Novecento, and Rationalist movements.

The text is in English. The book is illustrated with black-and-white photographs and architectural drawings.

The copy in our stock is in good condition. The pages are clean without any markings, and the binding is fine. The covers have some signs of shelf wear and exposure to light.

Weight 597 g
Dimensions 19.2 × 19.2 × 1.3 cm
Author(s)

Dennis P. Doordan

Publisher

Princeton Architectural Press

Publishing year

1988

Language

Images

architectural drawings, b&w photos

Binding

Paperback

Condition

Number of pages

158

ISBN

0-910413-36-3