Endangered: Fil-Hispanic Architecture
Endangered: Fil-Hispanic Architecture is an anthology of papers read at the 1st International Congress on Fil-Hispanic Architecture, held in Manila in November 2002. More than thirty specialists on architectural heritage from the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Macao, Spain, France and Holland participated in the Congress organized by Instituto Cervantes. The book calls attention to the precarious state in which a substantial part of the heritage of the Filipino people is found and whose value goes beyond national limits and current generations.
Instituto Cervantes de Manila, Philippines
Softcover / 10 x 8 inches / 270 pages / BW, Color
One copy only. Previously owned, good condition.