The Architecture of Leandro V. Locsin
This monograph presents the work of National Artist for Architecture Leandro V. Locsin (1928 - 1994). Merging Western and Asian influences, he is acclaimed for his works that incorporate traditional Filipino details with the universal language of modern architecture.
Among his major works featured in this book are the Church of the Holy Sacrifice, Ayala Museum, Makati Stock Exchange, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Philippine Pavilion, Expo '70, and the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex. Also includes commentaries and architectural plans, as well as a chronology of Locsin's architectural works and honors from 1955-1976. Written by Nicholas Polites, with a foreword by Fernando Zobel, photographs by Akio Kawasumi and visual presentation by Norio Ishiguro.
Cover image: Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Weatherhill, New York & Tokyo
First edition, 1977
Hardcover / 12.25 x 12.25 inches / 245 pages / Color, BW