Constructing The EdgeBoom: A Journal of California (2012)
AbstractIn the late 1960s, U.C. Berkeley's College of Environmental Design lay at the crossroads of two temporarily aligned forces: leftist radicalism and empirical social science. Some professors became, for a time, 'participant-observers' in a form of grassroots design process that precluded, indeed disdained, conventional architectural practice.
- Constructing the edge,
- turbulent age,
Citation InformationAnthony Raynsford. "Constructing The Edge" Boom: A Journal of California Vol. 2 Iss. 1 (2012)
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