New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1968.
From the dj flap: The question of what the architect has to know of each of the separate sciences of building poses a dilemma. An architect must have both a broad mature philosophy and detailed technological knowledge and skills; he must assimilate the scientific and technological advances that influence his art, but he must also have an imaginative, creative mind. STRUCTURE SYSTEMS is an important step forward in the complex task of educting architects today.
Large Praeger hardcover with dust jacket devoted to the many geometric forms and strategies available to architects. Attractive jacket has some light wear, age-toning and is missing a small chip.