Campus Planning.

Web Abstract: 
The first section of this book defines campus planning, illustrates through examples the evolution of the campus as a design form, and describes the critical importance of campus planning. Section two breaks down the campus into its constituent physical parts and describes each in functional and aesthetic terms. These section also includes steps for programming and design facilities, with methods for campus planning used as case examples. Section three details procedures for campus planning, with illustrations of how old campuses can be expanded and new ones developed.
Author: 
Dober, Richard
Publication Date: 
12/31/1962
Page Numbers: 
318
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