New Directions in German Architecture, Studio Vista, 1968

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Author: Gunther Feuerstein
Number of Pages: 128 Pages

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New Direction in German Architecture, Studio Vista, 1968. Cover design by Toshihiro Katayama and book design by Jennie Bush
New Directions in German Architecture, Studio Vista, 1968. Cover design by Toshihiro Katayama and book design by Jennie Bush
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