More than a useful reference book, A Field Guid to American Architecture by Carole Rifkind concentrates on much more than simply domestic U.S. architecture. This hardback vintage book is a true guide to the full range of American architecture, including commercial, industrial as well as examples of bridges and other engineering structures.
Published in 1980, it remains a comprehensive handbook of our architectural heritage - tracing styles of simple wooden houses of the 17th century to modern steel and glass towers of the late 20th century.
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- ONE vintage book titled A Field Guide to American Architecture by Carole Rifkind; dustcover included; (as shown)
Good vintage condition with overall wear consistent with age and use. The dust jacket shows wear with folds, small tears, scuffs and residue. The cloth cover is clean and nearly new, as are the pages of the book. Mild tanning to the top of interior pages. (322 pages)
- Materials: paper, cloth, book boards
- Color: multicolor
- Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" x 1.5"