[Budapest]: Biro Miklos Kiadovallalat Rt Kiadasa, 1930.
First edition, signed issue; limited to 100 numbered copies [this is copy number '58'), signed by Jozsef Vago on frontispiece. 80 unnumbered pages of plates; 193,  pp. Spine is lightly tanned at extremities, endpapers are lightly foxed, a few pages are slightly over-opened (at some of the tipped-in plates), else a near fine copy, with the attractive deco binding quite fresh and bright 4 copies in OCLC. Item #334835
Architect József Vágó (1877-1947) is an important figure of the Hungarian Art Nouveau Art and Design world. He was a leading architect at the 1900 World Exhibition in Paris, at the Hungarian Pavillion; from 1902 to 1911 he worked at Budapest design studios, with Ignác Alpár and his brother László Vágó. They built several important public buildings as well as did interior and furniture design. . Vágó is the subject of a 2003 monograph: Jozsef Vago 1877-1947. Un architecte hongrois dans la tourmente europeenne. SCARCE.
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