Some sunning to wraps. Previous owner's Ex Libris embossed stamp on ffep. Nice copy overall.
One of a limited edition of 375; number is not noted, possibly proof copy. Oblong 4to, quarter bound in green cloth with brown paper boards, title label on spine and green cloth slipcase. Interior clean throughout, binding is solid. Front free end paper creased a couple times down center, upper corners of boards are lightly bumped. Otherwise a clean, handsome copy of this well done facsimile. London, 1979.
"Sm4to, 121pgs. Full bound white paper wraps with black titling on front cover and spine. Book is solid and interior is clean and bright, replete with color images and floor plans of Edwin Lundie's houses. Corner tips have a touch wear else in excellent condition.
1922. Folio. Green cloth boards have been professionally reinforced at front hinges (both Vol. 1 and 2). Vol. 1 has also been reinforced from the inside, and at spine ends. Decorative raised gilt cameos are bright, although they show rubbing. Boards show light spotting, bumping to corners, and wear on edges. Dust soiling to text block, although interior is clean with only occasional stains or finger smudges. Both volumes are profusely illustrated with photographs and drawings in blueprint style. Complete 2 volume set.
"4to, 232 pgs. Illustrated paper covered boards. Binding is tight and interior is clean and bright, except for faint toning to edges of pages. Profusely illustrated with images of the work of Luis Barragan, arguably the most important Modernist Architect to come out of Mexico. Heavily annotated and explained. Boards show very minor wear to extremities and the vibrantly colorful dust jacket is in excellent condition.