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MODERN THAI HOUSE, THE: INNOVATIVE DESIGN IN TROPICAL ASIA

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Synopsis: MODERN THAI HOUSE, THE: INNOVATIVE DESIGN IN TROPICAL ASIA

"The 25 houses in The Modern Thai House illustrate the radical new ideas coming from a dynamic younger generation of architects who are producing work comparable with and sometimes even surpassing the very best architecture in the world."

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ISBN 9780804842785
Weight 1.565
Publisher PERIPLUS PUBLISHING
Book Size (cm.) 229x305x25
Language English
Number of Pages 224

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"The 25 houses in The Modern Thai House illustrate the radical new ideas coming from a dynamic younger generation of architects who are producing work comparable with and sometimes even surpassing the very best architecture in the world."

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POWELL, ROBERT

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Robert Powell was born on June 1, 1944 in Salford, Manchester, England. In 1964, he started his acting career while attending Manchester University. In 1967, he made his film debut, and later landed his first starring role in The Italian Job (1969). Some of his well known movies include Franco Ziefirelli's Jesus of Nazareth (1977), Ken Russell's Tommy (1975) and Mahler (1974), the remake of The Thirty-Nine Steps (1978), and the popular TV series Doomwatch (1970). Robert married on 29th August, 1975 to Barbara 'Babs' Lord. They now have a son and a daughter. In 1982, Robert won the Best Actor award at the Venice Film Festival for his performance in Imperative (1982). He won the best actor award at the Paris Film Festival for Harlequin (1980). For his portrayal of Jesus in Jesus of Nazareth he received best actor awards from TV Times and Italian TV Times, the international arts prize at the Fiuggi Film Festival, grand prize at the Saint-Vincent Film Festival, and a nomination as best actor from The Irish Academy of Film and Television arts.

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