- Eero Saarinen was one of the world's most celebrated architects at the time of his tragic death at the age of 51.
- This volume is the most thorough monograph to be published to date on Eero Saarinen and the first major publication on the architect in 40 years.
- Organised into 14 chapters chronologically, it traces Saarinen's life and career from his childhood in Finland through the collaboration with his father, to his iconic airport projects of the 1960s.
- Documenting more than sixty commissions and competitions with approximately 300 including period photography by renowned architectural photographers, such as Ezra Stoller and Harvey Croze.
- A great book examining how Saarinen was perceived in the past as well as the present with rarely seen sketches and plans.
- Paperback, 250 pages.