New York: Rizzoli, 1997. Photographs by Sebastian Saldivar. First U. S. Edition. Hardcover. 8-7/8 x 11-1/2", yellow cloth, 248pp, fully illustrated in color. Item #900565
Prologue by Alvaro Siza.
The life and work of Mexico's great modern architect Luis Barragan. In 1979, when Barragan was presented the Pritzker Prize, his work was referred to as a "sublime of the poetic imagination." A genius of color, light, walls, the garden, the tower, the rooftop, interiors and landscapes, his work here is reproduced in brilliant color photographs.
As new in dust wrapper and protective mylar.