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Thesis on the Study of Aesthetic Design of Reinforced Concrete on the Continent

HAVING returned from a tour in five of the countries of central Europe, I look back and review the whole of my studies with a great amount of pleasure. I visited more than twenty cities and towns during the forty-two days I was abroad, and I have returned with rather fleeting impressions of much of the work worthy of closer attention than my time at each centre would allow. But I have formed some broad ideas of the comparative architectural merits of reinforced concrete design, and I have also been able to study in some measure the activities and development of this work, and its influence on the general trend of contemporary architectural styles of each district. Harold B. Rowe

Author(s): Rowe, Harold B