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Building: Discover the History of Buildings Why They Were Built and the… (edition 2000)

by Philip Wilkinson (Author)

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Shows and describes the components and construction materials of a building, and discusses staircases, fireplaces, doors, windows, and ornament.
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Title:Building: Discover the History of Buildings Why They Were Built and the Techniques Used in Their Construction (Eyewitness)
Authors:Philip Wilkinson (Author)
Info:DK Children (2000), Edition: 1st, 64 pages
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Take an exciting tour of world architecture and discover how all kinds of structures are built--from the humblest African mud huts to the slender minarets of Turkish mosques to the earthquake-resistant skyscrapers of Tokyo.
  riselibrary_CSUC | Oct 3, 2018 |
Discover the fascinating are and technique of how things are built, from the humblest mud hut to the highest skyscraper
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