63 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), ; 30 cm.
Architecture, it has been said, is something beyond works. Indeed, it has never been easy to describe any of the fine arts, and it is generally considered almonst impossible to write or speak of their complex interrelationships. Spirit and Space enters the debate therefore as a pioneering work, one which manages to put into words many of the feelings and physical processes needed for the marriage of public art and architecture.
Bibliography: p. 55-56.
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