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Series: Perspecta

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Perspecta 04 by Ed. Marshall Meyers4
Perspecta 06 by Editor James Baker6
Perspecta 08 by Jonathan Barnett8
Perspecta 09/10 by Robert A.M.. ed/ Stern9-10
Perspecta 11 by Peter and Arthur Golding Bretteville, Editors. With Robert Theobald, Peter Millard, Neil Welliver, Charles W. Moore, Shadrach Woods, Roger Vailland, R. Buckminster Fuller, John Cage, Sheldon Nodelman, James Stirling, et (PERSPECTA). De11
Perspecta 12 by Stuart Wrede Peter C. Papademetriou12
Perspecta 13/14 by ed. Robert Coombs13-14
Perspecta 15: Backgrounds for an American Architecture by William Versaci15
Perspecta 16 by Kirk Train [ed.]16
Perspecta 17 by Paul Lytle17
Perspecta 18 by Melanie Taylor [ed.]18
Perspecta 19 by Perspecta19
Perspecta 20 by Peter Devereaux [ed.]20
Perspecta 21 by Editors Carol J. And Robert Taylor Burns21
Perspecta 22 by Rizzoli22
Perspecta 23 by Rizzoli23
Perspecta 24 by Rizzoli24
Perspecta 25 by Perspecta25
Perspecta 26: Theater, Theatricality, and Architecture by Perspecta26
Perspecta 27 by Perspecta27
Perspecta 28: Architects Process Inspiration by Robert Joyce28
Perspecta 2929
Perspecta 30: Settlement Patterns by Louise Harpman30
Perspecta 31: Reading Structures by Carolyn Ann Foug31
Perspecta 32: Resurfacing Modernism by Anne Marie Brennan32
Perspecta 33: Mining Autonomy by Michael Osman33
Perspecta 34: Temporary Architecture by Noah K. Biklen34
Perspecta 35: Building Codes by Elijah Huge35
Perspecta 36: Juxtapositions by Macky McCleary36
Perspecta 37: Famous by Brendan M. Lee37
Perspecta 38: Architecture After All by Forth Bagley38
Perspecta 39: Re_Urbanism: Transforming Capitals by Kanu Agrawal39
Perspecta 40: Monster by Marc Guberman40
Perspecta 41: Grand Tour by Gabrielle Brainard41
Perspecta 42: The Real by Matthew Roman42
Perspecta 44: Domain by Tala Gharagozlou44

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The Yale Architectural Journal

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