A sequential run of 204 issues in 121 fasciscules (lacking issue no. 64, 394 issues total published) of the long-running French architectural journal, founded by Paul-Marcel Durand Souffland and under various editorial direction over the years including André Hilt, Michel Roux-Spitz, and Louis-George Noviant, each issue covering issues of urbanism and domestic and civic architectural projects throughout France. Illustrated profusely throughout with photographs, elevations, floor plans, sketches and advertisements. Large 4to. Orig. wrpps., some with some minor soiling and rubbing. Paris 1940-1959.
Beginning in 1945, most of the issues of L'Architecture Française had a special focus and subtitle. Some of the topics highlighted include "Maisons Individuelles", "Habitation Collective", "Magasins et Boutiques", "Constructions Industrielles", "Salles de Spectacles", "Constructions Pour l'Enfance", "Constructions de Vacances et de Loisirs", "Constructions Scolaires", "Architecture Religieuse", "Afrique Occidentale Française", "Constructions Hospitalieres", and others, many of which occurred in multiple installments over the years. Issue no. 123/124, from 1952, is a special issue devoted to Frank Lloyd Wright. Book ID: 48852