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...these studies are brilliant...the kind of art history and theory that is rarely produced.--Ada Louis Huxtable, The New York Times
Surveys the architecture of the Las Vegas Strip and examines the role of urban sprawl, advertising, and commercial iconography in contemporary building design.See all Product description
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Its orientation around vegas is easily related to other symbolism!
Its a must read if your on the plane to vegas! It doesnt revolve completely around architecture I would recommend anyone who plans to visit! Also great illustrations and lots of pictures!
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