René Braem Architecture

René Braem Architecture (Francis Strauven, AAM Editions 1980) is a monograph of one of the most influential protagonists of Modernism in Belgium.

The copy in stock is in good condition. The covers show some minor shelf wear. The front flyleaf has an inscription.

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René Braem Architecture is a monograph of one of the most important Flemish architects, René Braem (1910–2001). The book presents Braem’s career, architectural development and his progressive projects from the late 1930s until the 1970s. The author is Francis Strauven, architect and Professor in architectural history.

The book is richly illustrated with architectural drawings, photographs and conceptual designs. The texts are in English and France; the captions include a Flemish/Dutch translation. René Braem Architecture traces the dissemination of Corbusian ideas and the localisation of universal modernism.

Our copy in stock is in good condition. The covers show some minor shelf wear. The front flyleaf has an inscription.

Weight 854 g
Dimensions 21.0 × 19.0 × 2.0 cm
Author(s)

Francis Strauven

Publisher

AAM Editions

Publishing year

1980

Language

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Images

 architectural drawings,  drawings, b&w & colour photos

Binding

Soft cover

Condition

Number of pages

316

ISBN

2-87143-005-5