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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steven Flanders; Stephen G Breyer
|Description:||240 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword / by Stephen G. Breyer --
American vernacular: the courthouse as a building type / by William Seale --
The image of the courthouse / by Frank Greene --
The geometry of a courthouse design / by Jordan Gruzen, with Cathy Daskalakis and Peter Krasnow --
Urban design and the courthouse: how sites shape solutions / by Andrea P. Leers --
Reading the architecture of today's courthouse / by Paul Spencer Byard --
Drawing meaning from the heart of the courthouse / by Douglas P. Woodlock --
The lawyer's perspective / by George A. Davidson --
Creating a courthouse that works for diverse constituencies and constituent parts / by Steven Flanders --
The courtroom in the age of technology / by Fredric L. Lederer --
Courthouse design at a crossroads / by Todd S. Phillips --
Epilogue: Daniel Patrick Moynihan and federal architecture / by Nathan Glazer.
|Responsibility:||edited by Steven Flanders ; foreword by Justice Stephen G. Breyer.|
[S]hows the enormous diversity of styles possible without sacrificing the principle common to all civilised societies that 'justice matters.' "