St. Petersburg: Abris / Petergof, 2001. Saddle-stitched. St. Petersburg’s suburban ensembles are famous for their palaces designed and constructed by outstanding Western European and Russian architects. Often overlooked are the ancillary buildings, which, however, were designed by the same talented architects who did the famous palaces. This concise survey shows the talent of such architects as Johann Fridriech Braunstein, Mikhail Zemtsov, Francesco Rastrelli, and Giacomo Quarenghi as applied to garden walks, cooking and bathing areas, park pavilions, and diminutive parlors. 32 pp., 5 ½ x 9 ins., 1 b-&-w illus., 44 color, saddle-stitched, Rus.or ENGLISH. Item #3864
ISBN (ENG.. ed.) 5888100382.