Thomas Church, Landscape Architect: Designing a Modern California Landscape
William Stout, Jan 1, 2003 - Architecture - 283 pages
This long-awaited monograph traces the career of Thomas Church, one of the true innovators of American landscape design. This first complete book on Church's forward-thinking designs is drawn from UC Berkeley's Environmental Design archive by historian Marc Treib. In mid-century America, Church's fresh ideas, like the kidney-shaped swimming pool, commanded immediate recognition. Includes essays and extensive historical reproductions.
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