Waugh, Edward & Elizabeth: THE SOUTH BUILDS: NEW ARCHITECTURE IN THE OLD SOUTH. The University of North Carolina Press, 1960.

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THE SOUTH BUILDS: NEW ARCHITECTURE IN THE OLD SOUTH

Edward and Elizabeth Waugh,
Henry L. Kamphoefner [Advisor]

Edward and Elizabeth Waugh, Henry L. Kamphoefner [Advisor]: THE SOUTH BUILDS: NEW ARCHITECTURE IN THE OLD SOUTH. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1960. First edition. Quarto. Two-tone gray cloth stamped in gilt. Photo illustrated dust jacket. 173 pp. 187 black and white photographs and diagrams. Jacket spine crown lightly worn, otherwise a fine copy in a nearly fine dust jacket.

8.75 x 11.25 hardcover book with 173 pages and 187 black and white photographs and diagrams. “Tell about the South. What's it like there. What do they do there. Why do they live there. Why do they live at all.”

  • The South and Its Architecture
  • The Contemporary House in the South
  • The Contemporary Southern School
  • Community and Institutional Buildings
  • Commercial and Industrial Buildings
  • Trends and Purposes

Architects include Henry L. Kamphoefner, Charles M. Goodman, Lawrence, Saunders and Calongne, Curtis and Davis, Short and Murrell, Finch, Alexander, Barnes, Rotschild and Paschal, George Matsumoto, James W. Fitzgibbon, Small and Boaz, A. G. Odell and Associates, Paul Rudolph, Oliver and Smith, Frank Lloyd Wright, Biggs, Weir and Chandler, Thomas T. Hayes, Jr. and Associates, A. L. Aydelott and Associates, Toombs, Amisano and Wells, Harmon, Stone and Keenan, Aeck Associates, Edwards and Portman, Barron, Heinberg and Brocato, Sherlock, Smith and Adams, TAC: The Architects Collaborative, Pearson, Tittle and Narrows, Edward W. Waugh and G. Milton Small, William H. Dietrick, Stevens and Wilkinson with Raymond Loewy and Garret Eckbo, F. Carter Williams, Lyles, Bissett, Carlisle and Wolff, Charles R. Colbert, Waugh and Sawyer, Victor Lundy, Holloway, Reeves and Waugh, Synergetics Incorporated, Skidmore, Owings, Merrill, Eduardo Catalano and the Tennessee Valley Authority among others.

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