Planning for Higher Education Journal

Confessions of a Campus Planner

From Volume 26 Number 1 | Fall 1997
By Richard P. Dober
Planning Types: Campus Planning

In a review of his forty-year career in campus planning, the author traces not only the development of campus planning as a field, but examines the conditions that make for "good" plans. He concludes with a summary of physical development needs now faced by most campuses, including faculty offices, landscaping, "green" (energy-saving) architecture, and the preservation of historic buildings and removal of past errors in campus design.

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