Where Shall I Live?
The Building of the First Garden City at Letchworth (1903-14).Nottingham: Nottingham University Art Gallery, 1978 Stock Code: 119042
The world's first garden cityFirst edition, first impression, of the Gallery's pamphlet about the world's first garden city designed by Raymond Unwin, produced to accompany the exhibition of the same name which ran from 25 May - 14 June 1978. "Students of architecture and planning may turn again for inspiration to the deep roots of our national tradition in city design, and Letchworth is one of the last great examples of this tradition" (Foreword).
Original brown paper wrappers printed in black, front wrapper illustrated in black, red, and green, wire-stitched.
3 black and white photographic illustrations and 3 diagrams.
Upper corners gently creased and a few light marks to lower wrappers, otherwise an excellent copy.
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