Architecture Colors (Preservation Press) Board book – August 1, 1993.
Architecture Colors (Preservation Press) Board book – August 1, 1993. by. Michael J. Crosbie (Author). Architecture Animals is an excursion into the deepest, wildest, architectural jungles around. Contains 14 animals in their native habitats-crawling across building facades, perched on top of a skyscraper or lounging at the ocean shore. Each full-color photograph is accompanied by a rhyme that provides hints of the animal's location or history.
Crosbie, Michael J; Rosenthal, Steve, 1940 .
Crosbie, Michael J; Rosenthal, Steve, 1940-. Double-page spread presents an architectural element illustrated with a particular color on one page and the name of the color spelled out on the other. no page numbers in the book.
He is the author of more than 20 books on architecture, including five books for children
He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Catholic University and is a registered architect in the State of Connecticut. He is the author of more than 20 books on architecture, including five books for children. Dr. Crosbie is Chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Hartford, and has served as an adjunct professor at Roger Williams University and Catholic University.
Architecture Colors book.
Publications (8). Endemic bird areas of the world: priorities for biodiversity conservation.
College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture. PhD, Catholic University. MArch, Catholic University. BS, Catholic University. Crosbie is a registered architect in the State of Connecticut and has practiced with Centerbrook Architects & Planners and Steven Winter Associates. Service and Memberships.
book by Michael J. Crosbie.
com User, 11 years ago. I give this book to new parents all the time. I love the use of architectural elements. Its great for the adults reading it as well.
Michael J. Crosbie, P. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture from Catholic University.