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Modern Architecture Kuwait 1949-1989 (Paperback) (Roberto Fabbri & Sara Saragoca & Ricardo Camacho)
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From the late 1940's at the inception of the oil exporting industry, via political independence in 1961, through to the late 1980's when Kuwait was invaded, the city-state experienced an etraordinary social and civic transformation, deeply inscribed in its built environment. The old coasttal town was radically tranformed through architecture and urban planning in the process of gaining wealth and automomy.
Number of Pages: 415
Publisher: Natl Book Network
Author: Roberto Fabbri & Sara Saragoca & Ricardo Camacho
Street Date: April 15, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-09-5666
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