Synopses & Reviews
After Berlin, Brooklyn, and Moscow, Phoenix is the ideal fourth city to be explored in Booth-Clibborn Editions's fascinating series about cities that are emerging creatively. Thanks to its majestic desert setting, appealing climate, and abundant economic opportunity, the Phoenix metropolitan area is the fastest growing in the U.S. Along with its population growth, the city has seen a flourishing of expressive arts of all kinds. "Phoenix 21: Desert Metropolis" captures the historic movement and youthful energy of the region as it evolves into a vibrant world-class metropolis with a unique character.
About the Author
Nan Ellin is the director of the Ph.D. program at the College of Design at Arizona State University, the editor of Architecture of Fear, and the associate editor of the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Urban Studies.Edward Booth-Clibborn has been a highly acclaimed arts publisher since 1974, based in London.