The Harvard Jerusalem Studio, Urban Designs for the Holy City
by Safdie, Moshe
Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1986. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 326 pp, with illustrations (photographs, plans), maps, index. Very light wear to edges; else fine, in fine dust jacket protected by a mylar cover. From the dust jacket: "Modern Jerusalem is one of the most fascinating laboratories for urban development. These studies, conducted in 1980-1984 by teams of faculty, students, consultants, and advisors from the Jerusalem planning community and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, provide a unique sense of Jerusalem's natural and built environment, its livability, cultural diversity, and political and religious tensions." Due to size, shipping charges will be more than standard for priority or international orders. (Inventory #: 1474)
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