This amazing atlas is every architects dream. It is an atlas about the first modern construction in reinforced concrete. It has the french title "La Construction en Ciment Arme : Applications Generales, Theories et Systemes Divers" and was printed in 1909 in Paris. Therefore many of the 67 featured construction plans are of French buildings, including the Globe for the 1900 World Fair, many bridges in Paris, the Casino de Beausoleil, some of the first Metropolitain Stations, Reservoirs and many more. The language is French, but since it only contains construction plans very easy to understand (even if you don't speak French like me). The Volume has 67 double-page plates each 18 1/2 Inches by 12 1/2 Inches large.
Title: La Construction en Ciment Arme : Applications Generales, Theories et Systemes Divers - Planches
Author: C. Berger / V.Guillerme
Published: 1909 by H. Dunod & E. Pinat, Paris
Size: 13 x 10 1/2 Inches.
Condition: In very good condition. Some minor scratching to the cover and spine. All plates are in excellent condition. PLEASE SEE PICTURES.
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