Works in Progress
Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994 - Architecture - 208 pages
Everyone loves to watch a building going up -- and what could be more fascinating than seeing the land-marks of the world being built? With more than one hundred historical photographs, Works in Progress invites us behind the construction fences of over eighty well-known structures -- from the Statue of Liberty to the space shuttle Endeavour. The chronicle of their rise spans the age of photography from the 1860s to the present and shows the important role of photographs in documenting how our buildings get built.
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