Planning for Higher Education Journal

Campus Furniture

An Element in Design Continuity
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From Volume 5 Number 2 | April 1976
By Frederick W. Mayer
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Planners in all settings will enjoy this valuable look at the role "furniture" can play in defining the campus as an aesthetic unit. Those, like the author, who must establish a campus visual identity where clear boundary lines between the world of town and gown do not exist will especially appreciate this account of the evolution of a group of definitive objects that have proved pleasing, functional, and durable at the University of Michigan.

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