Exhibit Currently on Display
INFRASTRUCTURE: DESIGNED NECESSITIES
Infrastructure--the technical structures, services and facilities necessary for society to function--is part of the designed landscape. Power sources, water supplies, streets, roads, bridges, and various methods of transportation have all drawn the attention of the architect and landscape architect. Original sketches, photographs, drawings, and rare books provided by the Environmental Design Archives, Visual Resources Center, and Environmental Design Library illustrate the elements that provide the structural framework to respond to societal demand and the physical world.
Curator: Waverly Lowell
Exhibit Committee: Miranda Hambro, Andrew Sanchez, Dorothy Friday