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SUBURBAN AMERICA 1930-1970 An Architectural Perspective

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SUBURBAN AMERICA 1930-1970 An Architectural Perspective

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Warehouse find, 2001. Very few available. Recommended. By Frederic A. Sharf. Presentation design drawings of buildings which changed the appearance of suburban America. From an exhibition in Massachusetts May 13 to November 25, 2001. Handsome full color architectural drawings begin with gas stations and diners (with streamlining) in the 1930s, highways and overpasses that offer Art Deco overtones, bridges, gas trucks, drive-ins and theatres...all the architecture that once was influenced by Art Deco and fifties styling and the automobile. With essays.

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Presentation design drawings of buildings which changed the appearance of suburban America. From an exhibition in Massachusetts May 13 to November 25, 2001. Handsome full color architectural drawings begin with gas stations and diners (with streamlining) in the 1930s, highways and overpasses that offer Art Deco overtones, bridges, gas trucks, drive-ins and theatres...all the architecture that once was influenced by Art Deco and fifties styling and the automobile. With essays.

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Item Code SUAPP
Publish Date 2001
ISBN 1882266110
Print Status Out of Print
Binding Soft Cover
Dimensions 8x11
# Pages 64pg
Color Partial Color
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