Berlin

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libro Berlin

Each flexi-bound CD-sized volume provides tourists and professionals alike with an overview of notable urban architecture and design during the last fifteen years. Easy to use and attractively designed, these little gems will be a must-have item for any traveler. The Berlin and: guide is an invaluable guide to this city on the cutting-edge. Since the end of the Cold War and unification, Berlins scale and skyline have been utterly transformed by some of the best architects working today. All of the citys new landmark buildings are covered, beginning with Daniel Libeskinds Jewish Museum (1988-1998) and continuing through to a host of diplomatic, municipal, residential, and commercial projects.

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  • Número de páginas: 189
  • Autor: Chris Van Uffelen
  • Tamaño: 1.61 - 2.12 MB
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