Illustrated journal/sketchbook, 1976 Sept.-1979 Feb. 21.


Illustrated journal/sketchbook, 1976 Sept.-1979 Feb. 21.

Notes on, observations, or sketches of the following subject and places: Righter's "Bedford Wall Project," with blueprint showing property subdivision; Palacio Cortez, Cuernavaca, 1978 March 5; Charles Jencks seminar; Ted Stebbins; Saul Steinberg exhibition, Whitney Museum, 1978 April; Grand Central Terminal; D. Alan Calhoun lecture; Redwood Library, Newport; Righter's Domino House, Noank Ct., 1976 Sept.; Squam Lake, N.H., 1977 Aug.; Congregational Chapel, Marion, Mass.; Nonquitt, Mass.; Tim Vreeland; Richard Meier lecture, 1977 Nov. 30; Warren, Vt.; Peter Rose lecture, McGill, 1978 Jan. 12; Harry Cobb; John Cook & Martin Price; Robert A.M. Stern; roofs; Stuart Brandt, 1978 Oct. 3; MOMA "Transformations in Modern Architecture," 1979 Feb. 21.

1 v. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7555022

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