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We are thrilled to announce the publication of the history of the UCB Architecture Department-- Design on the Edge: A Century of Teaching Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, 1903-2003.
We hope to make these materials available for research soon.
In May the Archives received the records of landscape architect Richard Vignolo. Vignolo graduated from the CED in 1950, and began his practice working in Lawrence Halprin’s office, where he remained for several decades before establishing his own practice in 1972. His work ranges widely from zoos to shopping centers, universities to corporate headquarters as well as community planning and housing. His work was featured in the book Good Neighbors: Affordable Family Housing, as well as many magazines and scholarly journals.
The EDA thanks the family of Kenneth Cardwell for donating his papers containing manuscripts drawings and photographs documenting his research, practice and teaching. The archives also contain images from his book on Bernard Maybeck.
Architect Jack Robbins will be donating his professional records to the Archives this spring. Formerly partnered with James Ream, his designs include his own home which was featured in NorCal Mod, the Berkeley Cyclotron building and the Mills College Town Hall.
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