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Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix

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by Eric last modified Jan 31, 2011

Newly released, Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix, 1945 - 1975 is a vibrant, coffee table-style hardcover book that is billed as the most comprehensive tome ever published on the history of Midcentury commercial architecture in Phoenix, AZ. The 264-page book features a review of high-style Modern and roadside "Googie" architecture across the nation and at home; a visual tour of some of the most significant commercial structures built in Phoenix during the post World...




 

 

Picture 3 Newly released, Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix, 1945 - 1975 is a vibrant, coffee table-style hardcover book that is billed as the most comprehensive tome ever published on the history of Midcentury commercial architecture in Phoenix, AZ. The 264-page book features a review of high-style Modern and roadside "Googie" architecture across the nation and at home; a visual tour of some of the most significant commercial structures built in Phoenix during the post World War II era; and a look at the architects who shaped modern Phoenix, including Frank Lloyd Wright, Ralph Haver, Al Beadle, Bennie Gonzales, and more. Read more about it here and get your copy here.

Image via Jim Poulin/The Business Journal


 

 

 
 
 

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