Landscape at Berkeley:
The Very First a century
Editors: Waverly Lowell, Elizabeth Byrne, Barbara L. McDade
Regents from the College of California and also the College of Environment Design (Fall 2013)
Landscape at Berkeley was released with the centennial anniversary celebration from the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environment Planning. Through scholarly essays, recollections, and illustrations, the monograph signifies both commemoration from the Department along with a greater knowledge of the Berkeley campus. Additionally, it endeavors to follow Berkeley’s role within the history of the marketplace and style education within the U . s . States.
Teaching landscape architecture at UC Berkeley started in 1913 using the appointment of John Gregg as Assistant Professor in Landscape Gardening and Floriculture, and the establishment of the curriculum of professional instruction within the College of Agriculture. It had been the 5th such program founded within the U . s . States and offered a four-year B.S. degree that provided both theoretical and practical instruction for professionals along with a less-technical education in design concepts and appearance.
Within the ensuing century, the teaching of landscape architecture and environment planning at UC Berkeley has engaged new directions in pedagogy, design, research, and exercise, and it has established itself like a leading edge leader in design education emphasizing ecology, natural assets, and social equity. Many important figures — including Thomas Chapel, Garrett Eckbo, Robert Royston, Geraldine Dark night Scott, Clare Cooper Marcus, Peter Master, Tito Patri, Jesse Appleyard, Shlomo Aronson, Richard Untermann, Moura Quayle, Michael Trevino, and Walter Hood (a classic narrow your search!) — happen to be connected using the Berkeley program.
Landscape at Berkeley concentrates on the very first century training landscape architecture and environment thinking about the UC Berkeley campus and captures an essential localized perspective in addition to primary source evidence which will enhance larger exams from the major problems that have formed the profession and also the conditions we inhabit and visit. In addition, it'll lead towards the growing scholarly curiosity about and literature around the good reputation for design education, particularly those of landscape architecture and environment organizers. As a result, it'll attract an assorted audience of students, students, design professionals, policy makers, and everyone.
The monograph features a comprehensive narrative background and schematic timeline of key occasions scholarly essays going through the activities of UC Berkeley students and faculty inside the larger context of design history, education, research, practice, policy, and leadership recollections of current and former faculty and students along with a color portfolio of student work illustrating curricular goals, program competitions, and also the formative work of numerous people who've led towards the profession in your area, regionally, across the country, and worldwide.
- Hardcover: 296 pages
- Writer: Regents from the College of California and also the College of Environment Design, 2013
- Language: British
- Product Dimensions: 9" x 11"
- Proceeds offer the Department of Landscape Architecture &lifier Environment Planning, UC Berkeley
Beatrix Farrand relaxing in her Reef Point Library. Throughout her professional career she divided her time between creative design and landscaping history.