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Discovering Architecture

Children’s non-fiction book

Discovering Architecture is an attractive visual guide that offers a look at the ways civilisations have been building throughout history.

We will start off in Egypt and head to Japan, then the desert, before reaching the skyscrapers and thinking about the cities of the future. Want to join us?

Illustration: Eduard Altarriba
Text: Berta Martí i Milà
An original idea by Alababalà

 Títols publicats - STEM, Llibre de Matemàtiques STEM book, Mathematics STEM book, Engineering

Who built the first houses? What’s the difference between an arch and an architrave? How does a dome stay up? Who invented concrete? Can you build a house from paper? If you want to know more about the buildings around you, this entertaining illustrated guide is a perfect introduction to architecture around the world. From the mud huts of ancient history to today’s towering edifices, you can explore iconic buildings and find out more about the people who created them.

You’ll also discover the development of different building materials, from mud and straw to paper, steel and reinforced concrete.



Premis. Premios. Award

Buttonbooks: 248 x 248 mm / hardcover / 48 pages / EN
Editorial Juventud: 285 x 285 mm / hardcover / 48 pages / ES and CA
AST: 276 x 268 mm / Hardcover / 48 pages / RU
Grada: 240 x 240 mm / hardcover / 48 pages / CZ
Ranock: 255 x 265 mm / hardcover / 48 pages / CZ
Foreign Rights: Buttonbooks

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