Sunrise to High-Rise

By: Lucy Dalzell

ISBN: 978-1-908714-18-3
Price: £14.95 

Desc: Hardcover concertina book / 23.5 x 33cm / 24pp
Release Date: October 2014

Synopsis

Sunrise to High-Rise is a concertina book that takes you on an exhilarating journey through the evolution of the built environment from Neolithic times till today. Lucy Dalzell’s delightful illustrations bring 70 of the world’s most iconic buildings to life, with short texts explaining the significance of each one. 

Two metres of illustration include: Stonehenge, La Sagrada Familia, Chrysler Building, Eames House, Salk Institute, Sydney Opera House, Pompidou Centre, Tate Modern, Jewish Museum Berlin and many more. On the reverse, simple explanations of historical movements in architecture provide a refreshingly accessible bird’s eye view of the subject. 

Read it, hang it or frame it. Let the history of architecture unfold before you.

Lucy Dalzell is an illustrator and artist based in London. Lucy has worked on projects with Transport for London, the V&A museum, and the Barbican. Her work is often inspired by the urban environments that surround her. She has another book with Cicada, Discovering King’s Cross (2012).

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