Auguste Perret

A monograph on the French architect pioneering precursor to the Modern movement.

Karla Britton


Price: USD$59.95 USD$20.00



  • The first monograph in English on the work of French architect Auguste Perret (1874-1954), a pioneering precursor to the Modern movement
  • Looks at Perret's projects in France and abroad, such as the Musée des Travaux Publics in Paris, the Church of Notre-Dame at Raincy and other domestic, industrial and urban buildings, and his innovative use of structure and materials
  • Richly illustrated with new colour photography as well as drawings and photographs from the Perret archive
  • Includes an appendix of Perret's aphorisms and other writings

In The Press
'Perret emerges as witty, wise and social minded, the deft first user of concrete, justifiably admired by 'Corb'.' (Art Newspaper)

'[An] erudite exploration of Perret’s output … Britton’s study presents a fascinating, authoritative figure.' (RIBA Journal)

About the author(s)
Karla Britton is Director of the New York/ Paris programme of Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in Paris.


The Art Museum
20th-Century World Architecture
René Redzepi: A Work in Progress
Wild Art
Carlo Scarpa
The Chinese Art Book
The Design Book
Art Cities of the Future
Art as Therapy

. . Phi . . . .
. Sign up today for your personal invitation .
. Enter your email below, sign up and check your
email inbox for your invitation.
. .