Generating context: the practice of Perry Dean Rogers/Partners architects

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Birkhäuser, 2001 - Architecture - 231 pages
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Perry Dean Rogers is long-established architectural firm based in Boston, New England, a place where the European influences in America are most clearly to be seen. Their architecture is innovative, yet sensitively responds to the needs of the clients and the context within which it is placed. Founded in 1923, the firm has made a name for itself with its numerous buildings for educational institutions. In this volume, the most significant works of Perry Dean Rogers will be thematically examined and accompanied by copious illustrations. Amongst the works included are the extensions for the renowned universities of Yale and Harvard in New Haven and Cambridge, a new library for the College of Wooster, Ohio, a library for the university of Maryland, Baltimore and a visual arts center at the Groton School in Massachusetts. Because of their considerable experience in constructing university buildings, Perry Dean Rogers are currently designing an entire college campus - the masterplan and the individual buildings -- for the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering in Needham, Massachusetts.

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NTRODUCTION Context and Collaboration
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Marshall University
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Mount Union College
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Donald Watson, FAIA, NCARB, is an architect in private practice. He is former Dean and Professor of Architecture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York (1990-2000) and former Visiting Professor at Yale School of Architecture and Chair of Yale's Master of Environmental Design Program (1970-1990). He has received the 2002 ASCA Distinguished Professor Award and a AIA Educational Honors Award (1997). His architectural work has received national and international design awards. His books include "Designing and Building a Solar House" (Garden Way, 1977), and "Climatic Building Design, " co-authored with Kenneth Labs (McGraw-Hill, 1983), recipient of the 1984 Best Book in Architecture and Planning Award from the American Publishers Association. He is editor-in-chief of "Time-Saver Standards for Building Materials and Systems" (2000) and "Time-Saver Standards for Urban Design" (2003).

Michael J. Crosbie, Ph.D. is active in architectural journalism, research, teaching, and practice. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Architecture from Catholic University. He has previously served as technical editor for "Architecture" and "Progressive Architecture" magazines and is a former contributing editor to "Construction Specifier." He is a licensed architect and a senior associate at Steven Winter Associates, a building systems research and consulting firm in Norwalk, Connecticut, and the editor-in-chief of "Faith & Form" magazine. Dr. Crosbie has won several journalism awards. He is the author of more than a dozen books on architectural subjects and several hundred articles that have appeared in publications such as "Architectural Record, Architecture, Collier's Encyclopedia Yearbook, Construction Specifier, Fine Homebuilding, Historic Preservation, Landscape Architecture, Progressive Architecture, " and "Wiley's Encyclopedia of Architecture, Design, Engineering & Construction." He has been a visiting lecturer/critic at University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University; University of California, Berkeley; University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee; Yale School of Architecture; and the Moscow Architectural Institute and is adjunct professor of architecture at the Roger Williams University School of Architecture.

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