The Eternal Present: The beginnings of architecture.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1964. Square 4to. 584 pp. Corners and spine ends bumped and worn. Rubbing to covers. Foxing and light soiling to fore-edge. Soiling to spine and covers. Pages nice and clean, binding tight. "In neither the Greek nor the Egyptian civilizations was there any development of interior space that could compare with the immense force their builders knew how to express when confronting their structures with the open sky." Very Good Cloth (Item ID: 60756)