New York: Leo Castelli/ Castelli Graphics, 1974. First edition. Hardcover. First printing. Done in a tiny edition of only 960 copies, this is one of the iconic books from the New Topographic movement. A stark collection of 51 black and white images of man made spaces but all without any evidence of human life. A tight near fine copy with some faint foxing to the top of the page edges, a small faint crease to the bottom corner of the rear free endpaper and a vintage bookstore sticker to the rear pastedown in a very near fine dust jacket. One of the better copies I've seen of a book that seems very prone to wear. (Parr & Badger v2 p 34-35: Roth p 228).