0
Your cart

Your cart is empty

Browse All departments
Price
  • R0 - R50 (2)
  • R50 - R100 (25)
  • R100 - R250 (2,125)
  • R250 - R500 (7,395)
  • R500+ (28,790)
  • -
Status
Format
Author / Contributor
Publisher

Books > Arts & Architecture > Architecture > General

MYAL - My Aleppo (Hardcover): Mafaldo Ade, Pierre Antaki, Joerg Armbruster, Rasha Arous, Lina Sergie Attar, Abed Azrie, Sussan... MYAL - My Aleppo (Hardcover)
Mafaldo Ade, Pierre Antaki, Joerg Armbruster, Rasha Arous, Lina Sergie Attar, …
R1,579 R997 Discovery Miles 9 970 Save R582 (37%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This title includes a book & CD. Aleppo is not perceived outside the Arab world as a "metropolis" - at the same limo, though, the city with a five thousand year old history is one of the world's oldest cities. In this way, "MYAL (My Aleppo)" is to be understood as a special study about the development of the term metropolis and asks the fundamental question how a "metropolis" should be defined. Today, the city of almost three million people is the industrial and commercial capital of Syria, where, in a fascinating way, tradition and modernity, and East and West meet. "MYAL (My Aleppo)" attempts not only to show the "sights" of Aleppo, but to show the "inner sights" from the life of the Aleppines: city structures as well as life and customs that have been developed over centuries and now are subject to a rapid process of transformation due to altered social, economic, and political conditions. These are more everyday images of local people and foreigners, visible and invisible, from the narrow quarters of the Old City and the Souk with its noisy intimacy, the view from the Citadel out across the city, and from submerging into the partially strange and hidden worlds of Aleppo and its inhabitants. At the heart of the book are photos from the period around 1900 taken, among others, from the archive of Poche-Marrache and the archive from Thierry, Grandin, as well as photographs of different photographers from more recent years. These images are supplemented by articles From different authors about daily life in Aleppo. During the production of this book, a mood of change manifested itself in Syrian society, the results of which are not yet foreseeable. So, the articles in this volume perhaps document something that will (or may) soon belong in part to the past. The CD with songs from Abed Azrie from Aleppo completes the triad of the city along with the articles and photographs.

British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi (Hardcover): Sylvia Shorto British Houses in Late Mughal Delhi (Hardcover)
Sylvia Shorto
R1,575 Discovery Miles 15 750 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book explores ambivalence in the domestic building activities of a group of East India Company officials in Delhi in the fifty years following British occupation in 1803. Arguing that houses, their location and their contents directly or subliminally reveal the values and beliefs of the individuals who commissioned and lived in them, it uses houses to examine the changing ways the British manipulated power, both relating to and resisting the pre-existing spatial layout of the city. The re-use of palaces and of monumental religious structures as dwellings, as well as new houses that appeared formally classical but concealed adaptations to local ways of living, show that despite an apparent desire to maintain cultural separation, there was both complexity and contradiction in the interrelationship of the British authority and the failing Mughal polity. The book also shows how room sequencing and function demonstrate a lack of rigid distinction between the official and individual roles played by Company officials. Household objects have multiple meanings depending on their use and context. As the taste and choices made in these houses were primarily those of men, the book also contributes to our understanding of competing models of manhood in British India. SYLVIA SHORTO, an independent scholar, was Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture and Design at the American University of Beirut until the end of 2017. She writes on architecture as material culture in colonial contexts, crossing scales from urban environments to individual objects contained in domestic settings.

The Great Great Wall - Along the Borders of History from China to Mexico (Hardcover): Ian Volner The Great Great Wall - Along the Borders of History from China to Mexico (Hardcover)
Ian Volner 1
R503 R417 Discovery Miles 4 170 Save R86 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

During his campaign for the presidency, one of Donald Trump's signature promises was that hewould build a "great great wall" on the border between the US and Mexico, and Mexico wasgoing to pay for it. A year and a half into his term, with only a few prototype segments erected, thewall is the 2,000-mile, multibillion-dollar elephant in the room of contemporary American life. In The Great Great Wall, architectural historian and critic Ian Volner takes a deep dive into thestory of Trump's wall. Volner follows the conception, selling, design, and construction (or lack thereof)of this expensive and consequential barrier, giving readers a detailed look at what's happening inWashington, DC, and along the border. He also travels far afield, to China, the Middle East, NorthernEngland, and back to our border to examine the barriers we've been building for centuries. Why dowe build walls? What do they reveal about human history? The Great Great Wall is an absorbing, smart, and timely book on anincredibly contentious and newsworthy topic.

Inside Allerton - The Essential Guide to Robert Allerton Park (Hardcover): David L Finnigan Inside Allerton - The Essential Guide to Robert Allerton Park (Hardcover)
David L Finnigan
R795 Discovery Miles 7 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
An Archaeology of Architecture - Photowriting the Built Environment (Hardcover): Dennis Tedlock An Archaeology of Architecture - Photowriting the Built Environment (Hardcover)
Dennis Tedlock; Foreword by Arthur Sze
R1,113 R882 Discovery Miles 8 820 Save R231 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Page by page, this book takes us on a journey through the built world that ranges from Greece to Guatemala and from New York to San Francisco. Tedlock practices what he calls photowriting, a creative process that brings photographer and writer together in the same person. It may be true enough that a photograph can show more than words can say, but it is equally true that words can say more than a photograph can show. A third space opens up in the middle, where the viewer-reader can look back and forth between image and text at will.

Tedlock looks at the built world with the eye of an archaeologist and ethnographer. His long experience as a fieldworker has made him acutely aware of the ways in which buildings are continuously altered by human actions and natural forces. Anthropology assigns ruins to archaeology and structures currently in use to ethnology, but Tedlock reminds the viewer that an occupied building bears marks of the same processes that produce archaeological remains. As he puts it, "Whenever I look around at the worlds humans build for themselves, I see archaeology in the making."

Paris Mansions and Apartments 1893 - Facades, Floor Plans and Architectural Details (Paperback, Dover): Pierre Gelis-Didot Paris Mansions and Apartments 1893 - Facades, Floor Plans and Architectural Details (Paperback, Dover)
Pierre Gelis-Didot
R446 R386 Discovery Miles 3 860 Save R60 (13%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Selected from a very rare portfolio, this volume presents exquisitely detailed engravings of Parisian apartment buildings and mansions of the late nineteenth century. Its 100 plates depict 50 buildings in the richly ornamented Beaux-Arts Classical style. These illustrations are the work of Pierre Gelis-Didot, who is celebrated for his architectural drawings. They depict buildings by such distinguished architects as Jean-Louis Pascal, Albert Walwein, Lucien Magne, Charles Girault, and others.
Full-page illustrations of each facade are accompanied by facing pages with finely rendered architectural details, including floor plans, cross sections, and close-ups of doors, windows, and balconies. Other details include soaring arches, elaborate cornices, decorative trims, and colossal columns. From the boulevards of Saint-Germain, Haussmann, and Montparnasse to the Bois de Boulogne, this volume offers a celebration of residential architecture in the City of Light.

Postcolonial African Cities - Imperial Legacies and Postcolonial Predicament (Hardcover): Fassil Demissie Postcolonial African Cities - Imperial Legacies and Postcolonial Predicament (Hardcover)
Fassil Demissie
R3,045 Discovery Miles 30 450 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The book focuses on contemporary African cities, caught in the contradiction of an imperial past and postcolonial present. The essays explore the cultural role of colonial architecture and urbanism in the production of meanings: in the inscription of power and discipline, as well as in the dynamic construction of identities. It is in these new dense urban spaces, with all their contradictions, that urban Africans are reworking their local identities, building families, and creating autonomous communities - made fragile by neo-liberal states in a globalizing world. The book offers a range of scholarly interpretations of the new forms of urbanity. It engages with issues, themes and topics including colonial legacies, postcolonial intersections, cosmopolitan spaces, urban reconfigurations, and migration which are at the heart of the continuing debate about the trajectory of contemporary African cities. The collection discusses contemporary African cities as diverse as Dar Es Salaam, Dakar, Johannesburg, Lagos and Kinshasa - offering new insights into the current state of postcolonial African cities. This was previously published as a special issue of African Identities.

Why You Can Build it Like That - Modern Architecture Explained (Paperback): John Zukowsky Why You Can Build it Like That - Modern Architecture Explained (Paperback)
John Zukowsky 1
R281 R241 Discovery Miles 2 410 Save R40 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In Why You Can Build It Like That, John Zukowsky examines buildings from the past half century or so that pushed the boundaries of what was architecturally acceptable when they were built. 100 striking international examples of modern architecture are categorized into thematic chapters that reflect form as well as society. Zukowsky explores the history of these buildings and their makers, presenting relevant biographical factors and socio-cultural influences that impacted on the distinctive designs. The book includes the works of heroic early modernist architects such as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Frank Lloyd Wright, alongside long-established architectural firms such as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill. It also features mavericks of the past and present - Bruce Goff, Shin Takamatsu and Shigeru Ban - and singular architectural wonders that reflect their own times. Readers will find out why all the featured buildings look the way they do, and why they were created when and where they were. Zukowsky's original text unravels the rich and complex stories that exist behind the design of some of the world's more unconventional monuments, revealing exactly why each building is one of a kind.

Economy and Architecture (Paperback): Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar, Stephen Kite Economy and Architecture (Paperback)
Juliet Odgers, Mhairi McVicar, Stephen Kite
R1,142 Discovery Miles 11 420 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Economy and Architecture addresses a timely, critical, and much-debated topic in both its historical and contemporary dimensions. From the Apple Store in New York City, to the street markets of the Pan American Highway; from commercial Dubai to the public schools of Australia, this book takes a critical look at contemporary architecture from across the globe, whilst extending its range back in history as far as the Homeric epics of ancient Greece. The book addresses the challenges of practicing architecture within the strictures of contemporary economies, grounded on the fundamental definition of 'economy' as the well managed household - derived from the Greek oikonomia - oikos (house) and nemein (manage). The diverse enquiries of the study are structured around the following key questions: How do we define our economies? How are the values of architecture negotiated among the various actors involved? How do we manage the production of a good architecture within any particular system? How does political economy frame and influence architecture? The majority of examples are taken from current or recent architectural practice; historical examples, which include John Evelyn's villa, Blenheim Palace, John Ruskin's Venice, and early twentieth century Paris, place the debates within an extended critical perspective.

Fabricate 2017 - Rethinking Design and Construction (Hardcover): Achim Menges, Bob Sheil, Ruairi Glynn, Marilena Skavara Fabricate 2017 - Rethinking Design and Construction (Hardcover)
Achim Menges, Bob Sheil, Ruairi Glynn, Marilena Skavara
R1,066 Discovery Miles 10 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
World Architecture - The Masterworks (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition): Will Pryce World Architecture - The Masterworks (Hardcover, 2nd Revised edition)
Will Pryce
R812 R692 Discovery Miles 6 920 Save R120 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Will Pryce unveils a world of beauty and genius in this unparalleled, specially photographed survey of the world's architectural master- pieces. More than 350 color photographs celebrate the finest buildings from over two thousand years of civilization: Hagia Sophia, the Gothic cathedrals of Europe, Islamic masterworks at Isfahan, the Taj Mahal, the Palace of Westminster, Gehry's iconic Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, and much more. There are some eighty buildings featured, more than forty of which receive in-depth attention in detailed photo essays. Pryce's accompanying texts and commentaries provide an extra dimension of understanding for the contexts in which they were created, and of the evolution of architecture through history.

Architecture of Regionalism in the Age of Globalization - Peaks and Valleys in the Flat World (Paperback, 2nd New edition):... Architecture of Regionalism in the Age of Globalization - Peaks and Valleys in the Flat World (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Liane Lefaivre, Alexander Tzonis
R901 Discovery Miles 9 010 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book remains the definitive introductory text on the theory and history of regionalist architecture in the context of globalization. It addresses issues of identity, diversity, community, inequality, geopolitics, and sustainability. From the authors who coined the concept of Critical Regionalism, this new edition enhances the understanding of the complex evolution of regionalism and its rival, unchecked globalization. Covering a rich selection of the most outstanding examples of design from all over the world, Liane Lefaivre and Alexander Tzonis present an enlightening, concise historical analysis of the endurance of regionalism and the ceaseless drive for globalization. New case studies include current cutting-edge projects in Japan, Africa, China, and the USA. Architecture of Regionalism in the Age of Globalization offers undergraduate and graduate students of architecture, geography, history, environmental studies and other related fields an accessible, vivid, and scholarly perspective of this major conflict as it relates to the design and to the future of the human-made environment.

School Design Matters - How School Design Relates to the Practice and Experience of Schooling (Hardcover): Harry Daniels,... School Design Matters - How School Design Relates to the Practice and Experience of Schooling (Hardcover)
Harry Daniels, Andrew Stables, Hau Ming Tse, Sarah Cox
R3,080 Discovery Miles 30 800 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Presenting qualitative and quantative findings from the unique, multi-disciplinary project, Design Matters?, this timely book explores the complex relationship between school design and practice to consider how environmental aspects impact on the day-to-day perceptions, actions and behaviours of pupils, teachers, leaders and professionals within the school community. Exploring debates and issues from a number of different professional and academic perspectives, School Design Matters results from a rich collaboration between schools, architects, engineers, educationalists and policymakers to consider what an inspiring teaching and learning environment might look like. Case studies and first-hand student and teacher experience allow analysis of the ways in which environmental factors might transform pedagogy, shape patterns of leadership, improve student engagement and enhance social interactions within and beyond the school community. Experts in their fields, authors acknowledge the significance of sociocultural contexts, reference relevant policy, and tackle the tensions, dilemmas and contradictions which frequently arise as schools and professionals in the design and construction sectors collaborate in the creation of buildings which fulfil the needs of diverse, invested parties. Offering a uniquely holistic approach to understanding the ways in which design may contribute, shape and mediate teaching and learning, this comprehensive text will be essential reading for educationalists, architects, policymakers and professionals involved in the design, construction and use of school buildings.

Making it Modern - The History of Modernism in Architecture and Design (Paperback, English ed.): Aaron Betsky Making it Modern - The History of Modernism in Architecture and Design (Paperback, English ed.)
Aaron Betsky
R801 R650 Discovery Miles 6 500 Save R151 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

At its root, modernism is that fundamental. It is a question of having something to represent that is of the moment. In the most radical interpretation, modernism always comes too late. The modern is that which is always new, which is to say, always changing and already old by the time it has appeared. Modernism is always a retrospective act, one of documenting or trying to catch what has already appeared - an attempt to fix life as it is being lived. Modernity is just the very fact that we as human beings are continually remaking the world around us through our actions, and are doing so consciously. Modernism is a monument to or memory of that act, which in its own making tries to remake the world it is pretending to represent.

Making Sense of Christian Art & Architecture (Paperback): Heather Thornton McRae Making Sense of Christian Art & Architecture (Paperback)
Heather Thornton McRae
R276 R236 Discovery Miles 2 360 Save R40 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Making Sense of Christian Art & Architecture is designed to equip the cultural tourist and art student with the means to interpret each painting, building, or artifact in terms of the iconography and symbolism of Christianity. With reference to 100 clearly illustrated and diverse historical works, readers will learn to identify the telling details that mean so much to Christians. The book's layout is both visually striking and accessible. Each double-page spread features a full-page colour photograph of either a detail of the work or its context, depending on the subject, with a second photograph chosen to illustrate important aspects of the work. Alongside is a detailed exposition of the work's significance in Christian art history and philosophy, with key historical facts about the work, including where it may be seen today. By tracing the paths between Christian belief and artistic intention, this book will deepen understanding not only of Christian art and architecture but also of Christianity itself.

Osbert Lancaster's Cartoons, Columns and Curlicues - Including Pillar to Post, Homes Sweet Homes and Drayneflete Revealed... Osbert Lancaster's Cartoons, Columns and Curlicues - Including Pillar to Post, Homes Sweet Homes and Drayneflete Revealed (Hardcover)
Osbert Lancaster
R1,078 R769 Discovery Miles 7 690 Save R309 (29%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This beautiful boxed-set contains three long out-of-print and influential books by the great British humourist, Sir Osbert Lancaster (1908-1986) - Pillar to Post, the story of architecture through the ages, first published in 1938 and described by Gavin Stamp as 'One of the most influential books on architecture ever published'; Homes Sweet Homes, a history of architectural interiors and a sequel to Pillar to Post, was first published in 1939, and Drayneflete Revealed, first published in 1948, which traces the development of one particularly typical (invented) English town.

Modern Architecture (Paperback): Alan Colquhoun Modern Architecture (Paperback)
Alan Colquhoun
R481 R433 Discovery Miles 4 330 Save R48 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This new account of international modernism explores the complex motivations behind this revolutionary movement and assesses its triumphs and failures. The work of the main architects of the movement such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Adolf Loos, Le Corbusier, and Mies van der Rohe is re-examined shedding new light on their roles as acknowledged masters.

Alan Colquhoun explores the evolution of the movement fron Art Nouveau in the 1890s to the megastructures of the 1960s, revealing the often contradictory demands of form, function, social engagement, modernity and tradition.

Verb Natures (Hardcover): Albert Ferre, Michael Kubo, Ramon Prat Verb Natures (Hardcover)
Albert Ferre, Michael Kubo, Ramon Prat
R514 Discovery Miles 5 140 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"What is fascinating is the inability to separate the real from the digital, because they already form part of the same nature." So we said in the last issue of Verb. Here we explore how this fusion takes place. Buildings and cities grow, are transformed, and dissolve. How can this evolution be generated, controlled, enhanced or imagined? Is our environment programmable? How does the fusion of natural and artificial matter produce new architectural organisms, new environments, new natures? How does technology animate space, and how do users and programs animate matter? The fifth volume of Actar's boogazine looks for a new definition of the organic.Projects by: Terraswarm, Aranda/Lasch, Shohei Matsukawa / 000studio, Kram/Weisshaar, Michael Meredith, mos, Foster + Partners, George L. Legendre, IJP Corporation, PTW Architects + Arup Australia + CSCEC, ON-A, Hitoshi Abe, Manuel Gausa Asociados, Vicente Guallart, Mick Pearce, Yusuke Obuchi, R&Sie(n), Cristina Diaz, AMID, INI, ONL...

A Little Bit of Beijing: Sanlitun (Paperback): Li Han, Hu Yan A Little Bit of Beijing: Sanlitun (Paperback)
Li Han, Hu Yan
R412 R355 Discovery Miles 3 550 Save R57 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A Little Bit of Beijing is an architectural graphic novel focused on contemporary Beijing and contains three volumes: Sanlitun, 798 Art District and Nanluoguxiang. It can be best described as a record of a moment in time in the lives of the three areas. The life of each area is documented through the use of architectural-style drawings featuring cut away rooftops, comic book stylized drawings that explore the details inside the buildings, and stories showcasing how people live, work, and visit these spaces. It was awarded the title of "the most beautiful book of China."

Etudes for Architects (Paperback): Joseph Choma Etudes for Architects (Paperback)
Joseph Choma
R904 Discovery Miles 9 040 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Organized around a series of pedagogical exercises, this book provides a visual journey through a series of games architects can play as a means to design. Aimed specifically at beginner design students, learning objectives include: computational thinking and making, introduction to design as an iterative, reflective, and rigorous process, ideas of continuity and discontinuity, and understanding the bias and constraints of analog and digital tooling. The text is simple and straightforward to understand and in addition the author draws explanatory diagrams to elaborate on each exercise's description. He also includes visually compelling student work to provide insight into the possibilities of each exercise. Finally, the book includes eighteen case studies from Europe, the USA, Mexico, and Asia to inspire and inform.

Moving Around - A Lifetime of Wandering (Paperback): Michael Webb Moving Around - A Lifetime of Wandering (Paperback)
Michael Webb
R485 R417 Discovery Miles 4 170 Save R68 (14%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From the ruins of Palmyra in the Syrian desert to the ghost town of Bodie, the painted churches of Sucevita in Romania, and a fire festival in a Japanese village: Michael Webb has ventured far afield in search of the rare and beautiful. He recalls memorable experiences of people and places over eight decades of travel around the world, and some of the buildings and landscapes that have left a lasting impression. It's getting harder to find places that have not been commercialised and overwhelmed by mass tourism, but they can still be found, even in the most popular destinations. Webb's recommendations should inspire you to get off the beaten track and make your own discoveries.

New York - Architectural Guide: A Critics Guide to 100 Iconic Buildings in New York from 1999 to 2020 (Paperback): Vladimir... New York - Architectural Guide: A Critics Guide to 100 Iconic Buildings in New York from 1999 to 2020 (Paperback)
Vladimir Belogolovsky
R917 R739 Discovery Miles 7 390 Save R178 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This architectural guide brings together 100 of the most original structures built in New York City since 1999. Vladimir Belogolovsky pairs them with such nicknames as Guillotine, Peacock, Shark's Fin, Turtle Shell, and Woodpecker. The New York-based author's selection covers buildings realized by the world's most renowned architects in a period when their creations were celebrated as art, and personal styles were encouraged by the media, critics, and clients. The featured time span begins with the rise of the starchitect in the late 1990s, and ends in the present day. But the mission of the book is not only to document; it is also to celebrate New York's transformative energy. Many of the buildings were designed either by foreign architects or those who settled in the city and now call it home. Through witty, incisive commentary, catchy nick-names, and quotes from the author's interviews with the architects, this singular guide allows readers to see many of New York's contemporary icons in a new way.

Paris Brut: Cite Curial-michelet - Build Your Own Brutalist Paris (Loose-leaf): Paris Brut: Cite Curial-michelet - Build Your Own Brutalist Paris (Loose-leaf)
R168 R139 Discovery Miles 1 390 Save R29 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Architecture: The Whole Story (Paperback): Denna Jones Architecture: The Whole Story (Paperback)
Denna Jones
R676 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R158 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From ancient and classical masterpieces to contemporary, cutting-edge buildings, architecture has defined our world throughout history. Drawing its examples from all around the globe, Architecture: The Whole Story is a richly illustrated and comprehensive account of the architects, plans, designs and constructions that over the centuries have most engaged our minds, inspired our imaginations and raised our spirits. For everyone who has ever wished for greater insight into the art of building design, Architecture: The Whole Story provides the analytical tools to appreciate to the fullest the variety of architectural achievement and the built environment in the world.

Paris Brut: Centre National De La Danse - Build Your Own Brutalist Paris (Paperback): Paris Brut: Centre National De La Danse - Build Your Own Brutalist Paris (Paperback)
R194 R168 Discovery Miles 1 680 Save R26 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Free Delivery
Pinterest Twitter Facebook Google+
You may like...
The Road to Blair Mountain - Saving a…
Charles B Keeney Paperback R590 R476 Discovery Miles 4 760
The Buildings of Pittsburgh
Franklin K. Toker Paperback R565 R467 Discovery Miles 4 670
Route 66 Crossings - Historic Bridges of…
Jim Ross Hardcover R747 R623 Discovery Miles 6 230
A Round Indiana - Round Barns in the…
John T. Hanou Hardcover R782 R630 Discovery Miles 6 300
The Pillared City - Greek Revival Mobile
John S. Sledge Hardcover R1,032 R828 Discovery Miles 8 280
The Modernist Architecture of Samuel G…
Karen Kingsley, Guy W Carwile Hardcover R1,025 R821 Discovery Miles 8 210
Reset in Stone - Memory and Reuse in…
Sarah A. Rous Hardcover R2,486 Discovery Miles 24 860
Detached America - Building Houses in…
James A. Jacobs Hardcover R1,201 Discovery Miles 12 010
The Ethics of Ornament in Early Modern…
J Nicholas Napoli Hardcover R3,096 Discovery Miles 30 960
Brutalist London - 16 Notecards
Robin Farquhar, Hannah Dipper Mixed media product R241 R161 Discovery Miles 1 610

 

Partners