From Agit-Prop to Free Space: The Architecture of Cedric Price. Stanley Mathews.

From Agit-Prop to Free Space: The Architecture of Cedric Price

Price was a radical and unorthodox architect who believed in impermanent or variable structures designed to continually change or adapt to new uses. Few of his works were realized (the most famous being the Fun Palace) and much of his impact come from his ideas, drawings and influence on other important architects and movements. Price was also a close colleague to the Archigram group, but was never a formal member. Includes letters, memos, notes, drawings and interviews. In a custom-made protective mylar dust jacket. Item #818.

Condition: Very Good, light rubbing to edges of paper wraps; reader's crease to spine.

Monograph
Black Dog Publishing
7" x 10"
286 pages
Paperback
London: 2007
ISBN: 9781904772521

Price: $95.00

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