Planning for Higher Education Journal

Planning the In-Between

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From Volume 25 Number 3 | Spring 1997
By Robert Braunschweiger, Richard W. Thompson

Between the master plan and the design of single buildings is a neglected province of microplanning. Subtitles: Rice University remembers; The Cal Tech rediscoveries; Irvine lost and found; Stanford's decline, fall, and recovery; Lessons for microplanning. Pull quotes: "It calls for a different kind of expertise--that of microplanning small compus spaces." "Pelli was able to understand the original vision and reapply it in a contemporary way." "The 3-D computer models were able to propose different building and open space configurations." "Signature buildings have done little to clarify the campus organization." "Colleges need to think small as well as large."

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