[Antwerpen: N.p., c. 1964-1969]. Album of twenty architectural photographs. Quarto sheets in plastic comb binding. Consists of 9 color and 11 black and white photographs, tipped in, some now loose from glue. Various sizes, ranging from 10 X 8 1/4 inches to 8 1/4 X 6 1/2 inches. Some with pen notations, including year, either to margin of photograph or directly to page. On the final page in pencil is written, "Fans Claeys / Luchbac Antwerpen"; possibly this is the name of the photographer. The images document various mid-century buildings, apparently in Belgium. Buildings include two views of an art deco style B.T.M.C. building at night (Bell Telephone Manufacturing Company); others appear to be postwar glass and steel curtain wall structures as well as several images of underground highways and industrial warehouses and hangers. Overall, a striking collection of Northern European techno-modernism; evokes the Trans-Europ-Express of both Robbe-Grillet and Kraftwerk alike. Some of the tipped in photographs loose from their glue backings and lightly curled, appears a final photograph might have been removed, else near fine in vinyl album cover with embossing tape lettered labels affixed to front.