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In monographs on Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Kahn and others, Peter Gossel has distinguished himself as a perceptive chronicler of modern architecture. His large scale Architecture in the Twentieth Century demonstrates his ability to present the almost dizzyingly intricate story of its past hundred years in an enlightening way. In its 608 pages, one finds a history of its development, competing schools, and greatest achievements. Gossel's rich descriptions and biographical appendix are augmented by hundreds of photographs, drawings, and floor plans. Taschen at its best.