United States Architecture
American Architecture
American Architecture
Paperback      ISBN: 0500203733
An updated study of American architecture traces the history of U.S. architecture from the colonial period to the present day; looks at public buildings, offices, and homes; and discusses influential movements and architects. Original.
The American Barn
The American Barn
Hardcover      ISBN: 0760301093
American Buildings and Their Architects: The Impact of European Modernism in the Mid-Twentieth Century
American Buildings and Their Architects
The Impact of European Modernism in the Mid-Twentieth Century
Paperback      ISBN: 0385057040
A comprehensive survey of American architecture since colonial times
The American House: 100 Contemporary Homes
The American House
100 Contemporary Homes
Hardcover      ISBN: 1864707380
American House Styles: A Concise Guide
American House Styles
A Concise Guide
Hardcover      ISBN: 1682682242
Colonial, Neoclassical, Queen Anne, Craftsman
An American Palace of Culture : The Carnegie Institute and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
An American Palace of Culture : The Carnegie Institute and Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Hardcover      ISBN: 281AKJ1018530

Dust Jacket : Very Good. Coral cloth boards with red jacket. Jacket spine faded, sunned.

Architecture in the United States
Architecture in the United States
Paperback      ISBN: 019284217x
American architecture is astonishingly varied. From Native American sites in New Mexico and Arizona, and the ancient earthworks of the Mississippi Valley, to the most fashionable contemporary buildings of Chicago and New York, the United States boasts three thousand years of architectural history. It is characterized by the diversity of its builders and consumers who include Native American men and women, African, Asian, and European immigrants, as well as renowned professional architects and urban planners. Leading historian Dell Upton's revolutionizing interpretation examines American architecture in relation to five themes: community, nature, technology, money, and art. In giving particular attention to indigenous, folk, ethnic, and popular architectures like Chaco Canyon, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Native American houses, as well as to the great monuments of traditional histories such as Jefferson's Monticello and Wright's Fallingwater, Architecture in the United States reveals the dazzling richness of America's human landscape.
The Architecture of McKim, Mead, and White: 1879–1915
The Architecture of McKim, Mead, and White
1879–1915
Paperback      ISBN: 158979818x
For nearly forty years the legendary firm led by Charles Follen McKim, William Rutherford Mead, and Stanford White was responsible for many of the finest buildings in America, including the Boston Public Library, Penn Station in New York, the Morgan Library, and the campus of Columbia University. This anthology of plans, elevations, and details of the major work of McKim, Mead, and White is an invaluable reference and inspiration for any student of architecture.
Architecture of the Old South
Architecture of the Old South
Hardcover      ISBN: 1558590447
Recounts developments in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, and describes houses and other buildings

Architectures De Los Angeles: 1880-1940
Architectures De Los Angeles
1880-1940
Hardcover      ISBN: 2353402003