London, South Kensington
28 November 2011
VENTURI, Robert, Denise Scott BROWN, and Steven IZENOUR. Learning from Las Vegas. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1972. 4° (360 x 270mm). With the errata slip laid-in. Illustrated throughout. (Light spotting on the top edge.) Original cloth, colour illustration mounted on the upper side, original printed glassine dust-jacket (glassine with small chips, creases, one flap clipped, and a few tears).
FIRST EDITION, IN THE ORIGINAL GLASSINE JACKET, AND SIGNED WITH A DRAWING BY VENTURI AND SCOTT BROWN. One of the fundamental works of postmodernism in print, in a superior example of the glassine jacket which is often lacking or badly worn.
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