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Apollo in the Democracy: The Cultural Obligation of the Architect

by Walter Gropius

Condition: Near Fine/Very Good Plus

NY: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1968. hardcover in dust jacket, black cloth., only minor evidence of handling to dj. no writing or markings, strong binding/hinges.; x-182pp., 71 b/w illustrations/photos. contains ten essays and articles, plus five "encounters" on behrens, wright, mies, stravinsky, and le corbusier.; does not carry an isbn.. Second Printing. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good Plus. Large 8vo.


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