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    London: Volume 4: North

    R700,00 R1 304,67
    This volume on London architecture covers the boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey and Islington. It gives a view of London's expansion northward from formal Georgian squares, to the hill towns of Hampstead and Highgate.

    Hampshire: Winchester and the North

    R722,00 R1 383,98
    Winchester is not only unrivalled for medieval architecture but like many of the smaller towns, such as Alton and Alresford, has some of the most charming streets in the southern counties. The countryside is rich in small villages and an abundance of houses and gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement.

    A Natural History of English Gardening 1650-1800

    R856,00 R1 058,34
    A beautifully illustrated exploration of the quest for order within the garden, and within the natural world

    World Architecture Index: A Guide to Illustrations

    R1 760,00
    A reference tool for finding images of some 7000 architectural works. The index is international in coverage, includes a variety of architectural, engineering and planning works, and covers most historical periods and styles. There are indexes of building site, architect, and type and name of work.

    Antebellum Homes of Georgia

    R724,00 R809,08

    The Column of Marcus Aurelius: The Genesis and Meaning of a Roman Imperial Monument

    R1 691,00
    Martin Beckmann makes a thorough study of the form, content, and meaning of this infrequently studied monument. Beckmann employs a new approach to the column, one that focuses on the process of its creation and construction, to uncover the cultural significance of the column to the Romans of the late second century A.D.

    Japanese Gardens and Landscapes, 1650-1950

    R1 000,00 R1 138,94
    In Japanese Landscapes and Gardens, 1650-1950 Wybe Kuitert presents a richly illustrated survey of the gardens and the people who commissioned, created, and used them and chronicles the modernization of traditional aesthetics in the context of economic, political, and environmental transformation.

    The Buildings of Pittsburgh

    R379,00 R406,24
    At the forefront of national and international change, Pittsburgh has long been portrayed as a place for innovative architecture. Organized by area, with subsets of geographical entries, this book presents the architectural history of this ever-changing city.

    Buildings of Massachusetts: Metropolitan Boston

    R1 673,00
    Analyzes the architecture, landscape, and planning patterns of the capital of Massachusetts and forty surrounding cities and towns that fan out from Boston Harbor. Illustrated with photographs and maps, this book assesses built form from initial colonial settlement in the 1630s through twenty-first-century additions to the Boston area landscape.

    Buildings of Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania

    R1 673,00
    Considers the architecture, landscape, and town plans of thirty-one counties west of Blue Mountain and north to Lake Erie, including cities and communities big and small, from Pittsburgh, Beaver Falls, Johnstown, and Altoona to Bellefonte, State College, Lock Haven, Clarion, and Erie, and scores of places in between.