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Documenting the increased awareness amongst architects internationally of the benefits of building in wood. Large format. Cardwraps. B/w diagrams and colour photos. 240 pages including index. ISBN: 1856692590. Tail of spine bumped leading to minor creasing to lower horizontal gutter edge of contents.
Olive green cloth, black titles. B/w illustrations. Ex-lib. (school), with minimal markings. Spine is bumped and browned. A few marks to covers. A few marks and some foxing to outer page edges and page margins.
Large format. Stunning photography and illustrations throughout. Photographs by Paolo Marton. Germany has more magnificent palaces and castles than any other country in Europe. Prior to 1870, Germany was a collection of independent princely states, each with its own ruler and court. ISBN: 0500019711. Wrapper is lightly edge-creased and a little faded to spine and a couple of edges.
Built between 1734 and 1765, Holkham Hall - Thomas Coke, the Earl of Leicester's, 25,000 acre estate in Norfolk - is a tribute to time gone by. This book explores the landscape and architectural history of Holkham Hall. Large format. Dark red cloth boards, gilt title to front and embossed blind title to front. Colour & b/w photos throughout. ISBN: 379133414X. Spine of dustwrapper lightly faded else a beautiful copy.
THE CANTERBURY QUADRANGLE ST JOHN'S COLLEGE OXFORD
Written by Howard Colvin.
Stock no. 1608217
Published by Oxford University Press. 1st 1998. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. One of the most famous and beautiful of Oxford's historic buildings. ISBN: 0199201595. Corners bumped.
The story of the development of the domestic interior, set against the cultural and industrial changes taking place in the western world since the 17th century. Large square format. Black boards, white title to spine. Colour photos throughout. 305 pages includes index. ISBN: 9781856695381.
The Architect's Tale will entertain and inform anyone interested in the mysterious business of how our built landscape is shaped and our buildings created. Red boards, silver title to spine. Colour photos and b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9781906593247. SIGNED by the author to title page with no dedication, also signed by author with dedication to half-title page. A few faint marks to boards else a fine copy in a dustwrapper also in fine condition.
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CATHEDRALS AND ABBEY CHURCHES OF ENGLAND
No author listed. Illustrated by Cecil Aldin.
Stock no. 1405142
Published by Eyre & Spottiswoode. 1st thus 1929. Almost very good condition in a almost very good dustwrapper.
Red cloth covers with black titles. 16 colour plates, 16 text b/w illustrations. 111pp. 10.5 x 7.5". Spine and corners bumped. Mottling and slight fading to boards. White (damp?) marks to middle of rear board. Bubbling to front pastedown and a little wrinkling to prelims. Endpapers browned. Foxing mainly to prelims and last couple of text pages. A little light fingering. Dustwrapper is edge worn with some tears. Spine is browned. Panels are marked. Red marks to verso which match white marks on rear board.
helping owners, builders and all construction professionals make the decisions that are right for old buildings. Glazed pictorial boards. B/w photos and illustrations. 200 pages includes index. ISBN: 1873394616. Spine slightly bumped with slight wear at base.
Large format. Maroon boards with gilt titles. An Investigation of the Principal Components of Structures and Services With Particular Reference to High Paddington. Many fold-out pages with diagrams. A few marks to covers. Slight scuffing to spine. Uneven fading to rear cover. A few marks to endpapers. A couple of fold-out pages have mis-folds to them.
THE HISTORY, ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING OF THE ESTATES OF THE FISHMONGERS' COMPANY IN ULSTER
Written by James Stevens Curl.
Stock no. 2120159
Published by Ulster Architectural Heritage Society. 1981. Very good condition.
Square format. Glazed pictorial boards. B/w photos. B/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Some grubby marks to covers. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges.
Large square format. Colour photographs of the houses throughout. ISBN: 9780500019924. Wrapper is edge-creased with a couple of small nicks.