Designed for Concrete; 55 Selected Designs from the 1936 Pencil Points-Portland Cement Association Architectural Competition for the design of firesafe concrete homes.

Chicago: Portland Cement Association, 1936. First printing. Color Pictorial Wraps, green stock. Quarto, pp. 48, 37 pages of photographs, drawings and plans of 55 prize-winning designs. Includes "Here's how a concrete house is built", "It costs less to live in a firesafe concrete house", and "Floor finishes for concrete floors" Good. Item #18633

Uncommon volume on concrete home design. Distinctive for the large number of "modernistic" houses presented, all with front elevations, floor plans and interior details. A wonderful period piece, which presents samples from most American regions.

Price: $90.00