The Observer's Book of Architecture by John Penoyre & Michael Ryan Revised Edition 1970

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Title: Architecture

Author: John Penoyre & Michael Ryan

Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co

Publication Date: 1970

Format: Hardcover

This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear. The dust jacket is scuffed, grubby, creased, torn and damaged. The top and fore edge of the product have tanned with age and have age spots. Additionally, the cover is slightly warped and frayed at the corners.

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Reader's note

“During the first three-quarters of the 17th century, only a few large buildings were undertaken because of the social and religious upheavals that were taking place. It is during this period, however, that individual architects become of importance...”. This pocket guide, with its comprehensive Visual Index, contains 275 different illustrations, 125 of which are in colour. It describes the development of British architecture from Saxon times until the present day, and is designed to provide the observer with an adequate background of the development of building, planning and technique through the centuries.