Item description for Morocco Style (Icons) by Christiane Reiter, Angelika Taschen & Angelika Taschen...
Morocco Style (Icons) by Angelika Taschen Christiane Reiter
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.75" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2004
ISBN 3822834637 ISBN13 9783822834633
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More About Christiane Reiter, Angelika Taschen & Angelika Taschen
Christiane Reiter, a freelance author based in Berlin and Switzerland, studied journalism at the University of Eichstatt and worked as a travel editor for Ringier Publishing in Munich and Zurich. She then established the travel section of the newly founded Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.
Reviews - What do customers think about Morocco Style (Icons)?
Small books with great ideas Jun 1, 2007
Love this little book. I first borrow it from the local library as the previous comment make me think. But now that I know how it is and I love it I'm going to buy it! Is a small book, so you don't need to bring around lots of weight. It has "only" pictures so, if you are looking for a book to read then this is not for you. But if you are looking for inspiration and great pics go for it. I'm a landscape designer and therefore find this little book very useful but I would suggest anyone who is interested in some inspiring pictures from Morocco to get this book as is cheap as chips and offers more than its price! Hope you enjoy!
You get what you pay for May 13, 2007
Except for a few titles such as the Web Design Collection, Taschen's Icons book series have a very annoying habit of not being comprehensive enough in the material they cover and using a format much too small for a picture book. The low price one pays for them is not worth the expense. I rather spend more in other larger, thicker books Taschen publishes that cover the same subjects.
The Morocco Style book is a tipical example of what I mean, much too many photos of the same residence or two, and a great deal of them having no architectural or photographic interest whatsoever.