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Classical Architecture for the Twenty-first Century: An Introduction to…

by J. Francois Gabriel

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 039373076X, Hardcover)

"[A] richly illustrated, carefully explained introduction to classical architecture… Highly recommended." —Choice

An exceptionally approachable, thorough, informative guide to the theory and technique of designing classical buildings, as taught by a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, this book, generously illustrated with sketches, freehand diagrams, renderings, and photographs, gives a lively, contemporary reality to what sometimes seems a remote subject. It is a practical text for learning how to design buildings in the classical tradition today.

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