New Directions in American Architecture - Robert A.M. Stern

"This essay is not intended as a historical overview of the evolution of modern architecture in America, nor as a comprehensive analysis of the work of all the significant architects now practicing here. Rather, it is a partial presentation of designs by some of the most influential and innovative architects at this moment, whose work is viewed in relation to the development of their individual styles and to our most pressing urban problems." January 1969

Book design by Jennie Bush

Printed in U.S.A.

Revised Edition, 1977

Perfect bound

6,5 x 9,5 inches

152 pp