Description: Perhaps most famous for his design of the World Trade Center, Minoru Yamasaki's works run the gamut of architecture. From airports and synagogues to banks and university buildings. This autobiography describes his life, from his birth in Seattle through.His rise in architecture to his international recognition as a leading architect. Illustrated with 116 photographs (90 in full color), 27 plans and diagrams, and explanatory texts, describes 29 of the over 150 projects he has designed. Publishing Info: 1979 hardcover, First Edition, John Weatherhill, Inc. 12.25 x 12.25 x 1 195 pages. Condition: Very good condition, dust jacket has very light surface wear. Slipcase has a light faded area on about the first 4 inches from the edge. And a small surface tear from old price label.
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