Pedestrian modern : shopping and American architecture, 1925-1956 /
" Too close to the wiles and calculations of consumption, stores and shopping centers are generally relegated to secondary, pedestrian status in the history of architecture. And yet, throughout the middle decades of the twentieth century, stores and shopping centers were an important locus of modern...
|Main Author:||Smiley, David J., 1958-|
University of Minnesota Press,