Toy Town looks at what toys tell us about our concept of community, some reflecting ideals of urban order, while others simply evoke a “childlike” sense of a generic town.
Part of a series that includes Buildings in Boxes: Architectural Toys from the CCA, Toys that Teach, Potential Architecture: Construction Toys from the CCA Collection, Toys and the Modernist Tradition, Dream Houses, Toy Homes and Cities in Motion: Toys and Transport.
Essays by Cammie McAtee and Peter Smithson
Graphic design by Glenn Goluska
Bilingual English-French edition
Softcover, 48 pages
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