Pop-up Architecture

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While this modern architecture book is hardly the most detailed account of the last 150 years of building, it's the only one we've seen that's a structural feat in itself. Inside The Modern Architecture Pop-up Book are three-dimensional paper recreations of modern era hallmarks from around the world, like the Brooklyn Bridge, Sydney Opera House and the Burj al Arab in Dubai. By Bulgarian pop-up artist Anton Radevsky and writer David Sokol and published by Rizzoli, this book takes readers' through modern architecture's beginnings in the Romantic Era to projections into the discipline's future.
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