Sydney Opera House

Jørn Utzon


A detailed survey of the Sydney Opera House, illustrated with photographs and drawings.


Philip Drew


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Specifications

Overview
  • Part of an award-winning architectural series for students and professionals
  • This volume focuses on the Sydney Opera House, designed by Jørn Utzon
  • Contains a detailed introductory essay and over 100 photographs and line drawings
  • Includes specially commissioned photography, technical drawings and working details



In The Press

'Phaidon's Architecture in Detail series is an exemplary publishing effort, each attractive square-format volume offering thorough sets of drawings, fine photography and brief but intelligent texts.' (Interior Design)

'This series from Phaidon is proving to be a visually indulgent, useful addition to the field of architectural publishing.' (The Art Book)

'As always, Phaidon's Architecture in Detail series is a treat with lavish new colour pictures and excellent plans.' (RIBA Journal)

'The Architecture in Detail series is without question one of the most beautifully illustrated and well-documented collections of monographs on individual buildings produced anywhere in the world. These beautifully produced books combine historical and contemporary photographs, drawings and texts by sensitive critics.' (AIA Jury)



About the author(s)
Philip Drew is an architectural writer and critic based in Australia. His previous books include Leaves of Iron, a monograph on the work of Glenn Murcutt.


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