A rare copy of Brownbook #62: Architecture Tehran originally published in March 2017.
This issue investigates the tradition of brutalist architecture and how this trend made its way to Tehran in the first place, where it took on a distinctly Persian identity and forever changed the city.
Brownbook is the essential guide to the contemporary Middle East and North Africa. Brownbook celebrates offbeat subjects across the entire region with a distinctively discerning perspective – from fashion designers in Kabul to the Iranian diaspora of Los Angeles. In print, Brownbook’s issues mix luscious photography and original artwork with focused, ambitious reports on culture, fashion, design, profiles and travel.
Dimensions: Length 26cm, Width 21cm, Height 1.3cm
The price listed on the issue may not match our selling price. This is a rare collector's item. This issue is out of print and is generally difficult to find.