Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1968. First Edition. Folio. Errata slip laid in. In 1968, Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown and Steven Izenour taught a third year studio graduate class at Yale that would have great implications on the study of architecture in the postmodern era. The class was called Learning from Las Vegas, or Form Analysis as Design Research. There were 13 students in total. In the end, their work would comprise the basis for the landmark architectural work Learning from Las Vegas, authored by Venturi, Brown, and Izenour, but compiled, researched and photographed by the students themselves. The seminal architectural text of its era, right there with Ruscha in terms of prescience and influence. Fine in a near fine jacket with a few edge nicks and a subtle vertical crease to the front flap. A remarkable preservation of a jacket that is usually missing or significantly perished: one of the best copies I have seen.