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Brought out initially on the occasion of the national convention of the American Institute of Architects in the spring of 1961, this book is the first general survey of Philadelphia architecture to appear. It begins with Thomas Holme's plan of 1682, one of the earliest comprehensive designs for an American community, and ends with Louis Kahn's Medical Research Building, co Brought out initially on the occasion of the national convention of the American Institute of Architects in the spring of 1961, this book is the first general survey of Philadelphia architecture to appear. It begins with Thomas Holme's plan of 1682, one of the earliest comprehensive designs for an American community, and ends with Louis Kahn's Medical Research Building, completed in 1960 and recognized as one of the most important structures to come out of the 1950s.


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Brought out initially on the occasion of the national convention of the American Institute of Architects in the spring of 1961, this book is the first general survey of Philadelphia architecture to appear. It begins with Thomas Holme's plan of 1682, one of the earliest comprehensive designs for an American community, and ends with Louis Kahn's Medical Research Building, co Brought out initially on the occasion of the national convention of the American Institute of Architects in the spring of 1961, this book is the first general survey of Philadelphia architecture to appear. It begins with Thomas Holme's plan of 1682, one of the earliest comprehensive designs for an American community, and ends with Louis Kahn's Medical Research Building, completed in 1960 and recognized as one of the most important structures to come out of the 1950s.

7 review for Penn's Great Town: 250 Years of Philadelphia Architecture Illustrated in Prints and Drawings

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sabra

    This book is a valuable resource but would benefit hugely from a publisher adopting it, redesigning it (images need to be in better proximity to textual references) and republishing it -- perhaps in a student-accessible trade paperback format.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Moira

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