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Master Builders: Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, and Frank Lloyd Wright (Norton Library)
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The book is well written, highly literary and frequently humorous. It is enjoyable and educational for anyone with an interest in contemporary architecture and the artistic geniuses who created it as it came about in the United States thru the 20th century.
I wish there was a more discussion and comparison/differentiation of the kind of space that these 3 were talking about and a more indepth analysis of their ideologies. Guess we have to wait for someone else to take that risky venture.
It is well written, entertaining and true. As a teacher, I would recommend it to architecture students as mandatory reading, best if read in the second or third year of their college years.
Even as it is a basic book, I have it on my night table.
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With a concise and clear writing, this book lead you into the work of three great architects; and builders.
It's a delight to read, and very educational. I liked it very much.
A wonderfully written and concise insight into the lives and careers of three of the greatest modern architects of our time. Read morePublished on February 1, 2008 by S. Annetta
This book provides the reader not only with deep insight into these three great pillars of the 20th century, but also helps one understand their influence on art as well. Read morePublished on January 23, 2002 by j mcguire
This book offers a great way to understand 3 of the most amazing men in Architectural history. This book is hard to put down once started. Read morePublished on June 10, 2000 by Alessandro Renzi