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The Great Great Wall
by Ian Volner

Border walls always create differences, but not necessarily the ones that were intended. Architecture critic and journalist Ian Volner recounts his experience along some of history’s most significant boundaries.

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TITLE
The Great Great Wall: Along The Borders Of History From China To Mexico
AUTHOR
Ian Volner
PUBLISHER
Abrams Press
PAGES
288
PUBLICATION DATE
June 2019

Ian Volner has contributed articles on architecture and design to the Wall Street Journal, the New Republic, Harper’s Magazine, Artforum, Architectural Digest, and The New Yorker online, among other publications, and is a contributing editor at Architect. His previous books include Michael Graves: Design for Life and This is Frank Lloyd Wright, a winner of the International Deutsches Architekturmuseum Book Award in 2016. He lives in Manhattan.

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