Islamic Architecture: A World History


A richly informative and visually packed sourcebook demonstrating and explaining the function and worldwide appeal of Islamic architecture. All eras and global regions are represented, with a selective eye for some of the creative exuberance, boldness and sensitivity of Islamic architecture that has not always been widely appreciated outside of the region. Close-ups of architectural details not only describe style and function but also show the hand of the craftsman, making this reference work both useful and beautiful.

This book is in hardback format and measures 24.89 x 3.56 x 31.75 cm.


  • Dimensions: 24.89 x 3.56 x 31.75 cm
  • Weight: 2,365 g
  • Author: Eric Broug
  • Publisher: Thames and Hudson Ltd
  • Pages: 336
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9780500343784