Process Architecture #26: Jacob Tchernykhov and His Architectural Fantasies (Bunji Murotani, 1981) celebrates the superb visualisations of Jacob Tchernykhov, a Russian architect and theorist (1890–1951) and the leading figure in the Constructivist movement.
The publication contains an introduction by Hiroshi Sasaki, Tchernykhov’s essay Architectural Fantasies and his 101 architectural compositions.
The text is in Japanese and English. The publication is richly illustrated with Tchernykhov’s drawings and other visual material.
Our copy in stock is in good condition. There is some toning on the pages and some shelf wear on the covers. The glueing of the binding is fine.