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Phaidon 'Stone'

'Stone'

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Ancient, beautiful and multifaceted, stone is the world's oldest building material and its history is magnificently chronicled in Phaidon's 'Stone'. Looking at a wide range of structures — over 170 — in which the material has been utilised, the book spans an exploration of everything from Neolithic monuments and the Pyramids of Giza, to Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion and Marcel Breuer's New York City Met building. It all comes together to form a comprehensive collection of projects in which the use of stone has been instrumental, each one accompanied by a short text that discusses the unparalleled variety of this innovative material.
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Ancient, beautiful and multifaceted, stone is the world's oldest building material and its history is magnificently chronicled in Phaidon's 'Stone'. Looking at a wide range of structures — over 170 — in which the material has been utilised, the book spans an exploration of everything from Neolithic monuments and the Pyramids of Giza, to Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion and Marcel Breuer's New York City Met building. It all comes together to form a comprehensive collection of projects in which the use of stone has been instrumental, each one accompanied by a short text that discusses the unparalleled variety of this innovative material.
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Wallpaper* says
Ancient, beautiful and multifaceted, stone is the world's oldest building material and its history is magnificently chronicled in Phaidon's 'Stone'. Looking at a wide range of structures — over 170 — in which the material has been utilised, the book spans an exploration of everything from Neolithic monuments and the Pyramids of Giza, to Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona Pavilion and Marcel Breuer's New York City Met building. It all comes together to form a comprehensive collection of projects in which the use of stone has been instrumental, each one accompanied by a short text that discusses the unparalleled variety of this innovative material.
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Length 290mm
Width 250mm
Height 28mm
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Technical
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Length 290mm
Width 250mm
Height 28mm
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