Large 8vo. xvi, 249pp. Black cloth in an illustrated jacket. Illustrated throughout. A very small amount of shelf wear to the jacket’s extremities, otherwise the condition is impeccable inside and out. Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson is at last being recognised as an architect of genius, comparable in stature to Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Here, for the first time ever, a team of distinguished architectural commentators and historians use the latest research in the area to illuminate the full range of Thomson’s talents.
STAMP, Gavin; MCKINSTRY, Sam, Greek Thomson: Neo-classical Architectural Theory, Buildings and Interiors, Edinburgh University Press, 1994
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