|Millon, Henry A. (editor). Circa 1700: Architecture in Europe and the Americas. New Haven and London: National Gallery of Art, Yale University Press, 2005. ISBN: 0300114753. Factory sealed. Like New in as new dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30548) $36.00
Black/white and color illustrations. Proceedings from the symposium of the same name, held in September of 2000 at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts.
Includes essays on baroque architecture in a number of European cities. Architects and architectural ideas, formed mostly in Italy and influenced by the baroque architecture of Rome, especially the late works of Francesco Borromini and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, played a central role. illustrated with drawings and photographs and paintings. Measures 9.25×11.25 inches. 247p.
|Morgan, William N. Prehistoric Architecture in Micronesia. University of Texas Press;, 1989. ISBN: 0292765061. Unmarked text. Dust jacket under clear plastic cover. Very Good in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30247) $25.00
This study presents five distinctly different examples of Micronesia’s ancient architecture. The sites include the extraordinary stone cities of Leluh and Nan Madol on the islands of Kosrae and Pohnpei, respectively. Other structures include the meeting houses and residences built on hexagonal stone platforms in the Yap Islands, the earth terraces and ornately decorated meeting houses of Palau, and the megalithic columns and capstones of prehistoric houses in the Mariana Islands.
Maps on end pages. Illustrated throughout with maps, drawings, plans, and photographs.
| Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (Volume XIV, Number 11, Spring, 2003). International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, 2003. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30488) $20.00
Illustrated. Journal of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.
Feature articles include “Colonial Space: Health and Modernity in Barabazaar, Kolkata” by Martin Beattie, “Drawing Boundaries: Vernacular Architecture and Maps” by Marcel Vellinga, The Guidecca of Trani, Italy (1000-1550), and more. 92p.