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Daniel Libeskind: Theatrum Mundi £70.00

Published by the Architectural Association, London 1985. First Edition. SIGNED. Cover a little rubbed at the edges; internally fine. Signed by Libeskind on the inside of the cover. Theatrum mundi through the green membranes of space. Produced to coincide with an exhibition of Libeskind's original drawings held at the Architectural Association in London, February-March 1985. Large 4to. Japanese accordion foldout. 15p. White card. 12 full colour illustrations. Entire wrapped in grey 4p foldout with text to 2p. Title in black and red to front. Explanatory note by Libeskind states "the premonition of the future - in the sense of Theatrum Mundi - is presented here in the form of a city besieged by an unknown infection, an action taking place within the nucleic medium that flows in the bloodstream of architectural thought."

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