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ERIC Number: ED030262
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962-Jan
Pages: 111
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University of Washington Campus Planning: An Analysis and Guide.
Walker and McGough, Architects, Spokane, WA.
Detailed analyses of anticipated construction projects, their effects on the immediate environment, the surrounding area, and the overall campus design of the University of Washington. The architectural firm was called upon to create techniques for the evaluation of the amenities of the existing campus and establish guides for the future development, such development being consistent with and reinforcing these amenities. Graphics are used throughout, recording many of the conclusions reached. The material presented will provide an informational background against which future decisions regarding physical changes may be intelligently made. The art of the environment, the art of giving identity to places, and to the people occupying them is specifically dealt with. Aesthetic principles have been developed as a basis for coordinating architectural design on the campus. (RK)
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Authoring Institution: Walker and McGough, Architects, Spokane, WA.