The Architecture of Modern Italy Vols 1&2

The Architecture of Modern Italy by Terry Kirk (Princeton Architectural Press, 2005) is a two-volume study of the developments of Italian architecture.

The two-volume set in stock is in very good condition. There is only some minor shelf wear on the covers. Please note that this listing is for the two volumes; contact us if you’d prefer only either of the two.

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The Architecture of Modern Italy by Terry Kirk is a study of the history of Italian architecture in two volumes. Volume 1 – The Challenge of Tradition – explores the developments from 1750 to 1900; Volume 2 – Visions of Utopia – discusses the modern era from 1900 to the present. The author Terry Kirk was the Professor of architecture and art history at the American University of Rome.

The Architecture of Modern Italy is a groundbreaking and authoritative, the first truly comprehensive history of modern Italian architecture. The two volumes are richly illustrated with black-and-white photographs and some drawings and plans.

The two-volume set in stock is in very good condition. There is only some minor shelf wear on the covers. Please note that this listing is for the two volumes; contact us if you’d prefer only either of the two.

Weight 1772 g
Dimensions 23.5 × 17.0 × 5.5 cm
Author(s)

Terry Kirk

Publisher

Princeton Architectural Press

Publishing year

2005

Language

Images

 architectural drawings, b&w photos

Binding

Hardcover

Condition

Number of pages

280+280

ISBN

1-56898-420-0 | 1-56898-436-7