University of California, San Diego

Dirk Sutro

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224 pages

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Founded during the Space Age boom of the 1950s, the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) campus showcases some of California’s finest postwar design, ranging from the sixties’ spare concrete structures to light and open California modernist designs, to buildings of the new millennium that reflect innovative ideas about connecting buildings with the campus community. University of California, San Diego: The Campus Guide celebrates the sprawling, spectacular, and parklike campus that houses buildings spread out among old groves of eucalyptus trees and connected by plazas, courtyards, pedestrian promenades, and intimate gardens.