MAKATI, A Vision of Tomorrow,

By: Manuel D Duldulao

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Japuzinni Publishing, Manila, 1993. Hardcover, 11½" x 10½", with dust jacket. NOTE: Our copy has 1cm diameter nibble hole to jacket, spine board - hence our lower price. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Brown cloth-bound boards with gold type to spine, brown endpapers, full-colour photographic frontis, Half-title & Title pages, 340 full colour photographs, 10 duotones, biographical sketches of 11 contributing photographers and 16 painters, and index. In more ways than one Makati has become the hub of the Philippines. Outside of government, it is virtually the capital. For looks alone, Makati has the cutting edge. Its rising skyline is bold and stunning; in a short span of time, Makati has emerged as the nation's financial center, the center of power and news. Makati is a metropolis built from scratch. This book records this brearth-taking progress on the road that leads to tomorrow. Packed book weighs 2kgs (4½lbs).

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