The Design of American Housing; A Reappraisal of the Architect's Role

New York: 1985. Perfect Bound. Very Good. Item #21535

This monograph discusses the participation of professional architects in the housing industry in the United States. The principal conclusion of the study is that architects are indeed active in home-building design and related operations, although the forms their practice takes differ very much from the idealized description of the architect's role that is common in professional circles. The various forms of housing practice are the main subject of the monograph.

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