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Immovable Objects: Urban Open Spaces by  Ed Lisa Taylor - Paperback - First Edition - 1979 - from Appledore Books, ABAA and Biblio.co.uk

Immovable Objects: Urban Open Spaces

by Lisa Taylor, Ed

Condition: Near Fine


New York: Copper-Hewitt Museum, 1979. Original wraps. Near Fine. A crisp, clean copy of the 1979 1st edition. Tight and Near Fine in its magazine-like, folded wrappers. Folio, includes articles by Lawrence Halprin, Peter Blake, etc.



  • Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 16606
  • Title: Immovable Objects: Urban Open Spaces
  • Author: Lisa Taylor, Ed
  • Format/binding:Original wraps
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Copper-Hewitt Museum
  • Place: New York
  • Date published: 1979
  • Keywords: rare urban design, rare urban architecture, Cooper-Hewitt Museum imprints
  • Bookseller catalogs: Design;


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