Strandberg Publishing

Little history of architecture for children and childish souls

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Little history of architecture for children and childlike souls tells more than 4,500 years of architectural history in an easy and comprehensible way. Through interesting and fun information, architecture professor Mogens Andreassen Morgen presents 50 famous works – from the Pyramid of Cheops to the Eiffel Tower and right up to today's ground-breaking buildings such as MAXXI by Zaha Hadid.

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Little history of architecture for children and childlike souls tells more than 4,500 years of architectural history in an easy and comprehensible way. Through interesting and fun information, architecture professor Mogens Andreassen Morgen presents 50 famous works – from the Pyramid of Cheops to the Eiffel Tower and right up to today's ground-breaking buildings such as MAXXI by Zaha Hadid.

The texts are accompanied by colorful illustrations by Claus Nørregaard. The book gives the reader new eyes to see his surroundings with. So follow the author's advice and take it with you in your backpack when you go exploring - both at home in Denmark and out in the world!

Mogens Andreassen Morgen is an architect and professor at the Aarhus School of Architecture. He works particularly with the transformation of the architectural cultural heritage and is the author of several books. 

Claus Nørregaard is a trained illustrator at Danmarks Designskole and works as an illustrator for the daily newspaper Politiken.

Dimensions: 24.2 x 19.6 x 2.6 cm
Pages: 176
Language Danish
Author: Mogens Andreassen Morgen. Illustrations: Claus Nørregaard
Publisher: Strandberg

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