University of California, Berkeley

Harvey Helfand

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368 pages
978-1-56898-293-9

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The first of the University of California schools, the Berkeley campus opened in 1873. The 1903 Beaux-Arts master plan by John Galen Howard created a classic setting for early and later works by Bernard Maybeck, Julia Morgan, Greene & Greene, John Carl Warnecke, Edward Larrabee Barnes, Charles Moore, Donlyn Lyndon, William Turnbull, and landscape architect Lawrence Halprin. Author and photographer Harvey Helfand brings the campus to life in his penetrating narrative and behind-the-scenes images, augmented by the three-dimensional aerial illustrations of the Berkeley campus and its surroundings.