New Architecture in New Haven

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MIT Press, 1973 - Architecture - 88 pages
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"New Haven is unique among American cities in the success of its wide range of renewal, redevelopment, and building programs. Energetic political leadership and an enlightened University policy, both in full swing by the middle 1950's, resulted in a major transformation within the following decade.... From among the hundreds of buildings erected during this prolific period, there emerges a substantial number that appear architecturally significant—some as statements unto themselves, others as reflections of their environmental and programmatic circumstances.... Represented within this selection are some of the greatest architects and undoubtedly some of the finest buildings of our era."
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Contents

Science Center
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Crawford Manor Housing for the Elderly
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About the author (1973)

Editor and professional architect Don Metz is a partner in the architectural firm of Metz and Thornton. He started his career in the energy-efficient house design business in 1972 with his award-winning Winston House. He was the consultant for the book The Underground House Book by fellow Storey author Stu Campbell. Don also wrote Superhouse and edited Storey's New Compact House Designs, and edited The Compact House Book. Metz has also written two novels, Catamount Bridge and King of the Mountain. He lives with his wife in Lyme, New Hampshire.

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