By John Punter
Layout guidance in American towns ДИЗАЙН, ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ,НАУКА и УЧЕБА Название: layout guidance in American towns Автор: John Punter Издательство: Liverpool college Press Год: 1999 Страниц: 248 ISBN: 0853238936Формат: pdf Размер: 7 MBThis e-book is a learn of layout tasks and rules in 5 US West Coast towns – Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Irvine and San Diego – all of that have had relatively attention-grabbing event of relevance to city layout perform in Britain and different countries.uploadbox.com.com eighty five
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