An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles


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An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles was written by David Gebhard and Robert Winter

An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles originally was produced in the 1960s when a major architectural symposium was scheduled for the Southland - and there was no local guide. Revised and expanded many times since, this, the 5th edition, is the one book that anyone interested in local architecture and architectural styles should have.

"The Guide" is arranged by geographical area so that neighborhoods can be explored by car or by foot. Also included are essays on the history of L.A architecture, the history of historical preservation here, planning and landscape architecture.

- Softbound
- 512 pages, 8-1/2 x 6 x 1-1/3 inches
- B&w photographs and maps throughout
- 2003

SKU: 8613

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