l'Arca Plus. Number 12. Grandi progetti urbani. (Urban Planning).
by KOOLHAAS, Rem
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Milano: l'Arca Edizioni spa, 1997. Signed by Rem Koolhaas at the article on the Lille Euralille project. First edition / First printing. Pictorial wrappers. Very fine. Rem Koolhaas is the Pritzker Prize Winner for 2000.
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- l'Arca Plus. Number 12. Grandi progetti urbani. (Urban Planning).
- KOOLHAAS, Rem
- Rem Koolhaas
- Pictorial wrappers.
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