Color in Townscape; for Architects, Designers and Contractors, for City-Dwellers and Other Observant People

San Francisco, CA: W. H. Freeman and Company, 1981. First American edition. Oversized Paperback. Oblong small quarto, pp. 191, illustrated with color photographs. Very Good. Item #22254

This book shows how theories of color and form have been brought to life in modern architecture. Illustrated with examples from throughout the 20th century and around the world, and replete with nearly 400 full-color illustrations, this book is built on the insights and experience of eminent artists, architects and critics, including Bofill, Botta, Kroll, Gehry, Mondrian, Barragan, and Graves. It is a practical reference for the professional and a startlingly beautiful source of information and pleasure for anyone interested in the colors and contours of civilization.

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