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Humanizing the institution : the architecture of Bobrow/Thomas and Associates

Author: Michael Bobrow; Julia Thomas; Bobrow/Thomas and Associates.
Publisher: New York : Edizioni Press, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Los Angeles-based firm, Bobrow/Thomas and Associates, has specialized in the design and master planning of socially significant, prototypical projects. The firm emphasizes intensive user and community interaction, contextual design, and rigorous project management to achieve clients' goals, budgets, and schedules. This monograph covers the body of work produced by BTA from 1972 to the present. The projects  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Bobrow; Julia Thomas; Bobrow/Thomas and Associates.
ISBN: 1931536112 9781931536110
OCLC Number: 52189741
Description: 105 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 25 x 31 cm
Contents: The spaces in between --
Introduction --
The technology center: Los Angeles County Emergency Operations Center, City of Hope Office Building and Laboratory, Bay City Television, Inc. --
The teaching place: University of Arizona, Arizona Cancer Center, Otis College of Art and Design, California State University Channel Islands, Los Angeles City College --
The healing center: St. Luke's Medical Center, Veterans Administration Outpatient Clinic, U.S. Navy Medical and Dental Clinic, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Stanford University Center for Cancer Treatment and Prevention/Ambulatory Care Pavilion --
The sanctuary: Casa Pacifica Children's Crisis Care Center, Family Center at Natividad Medical Center.
Responsibility: [essay by Michael Bobrow and Julia Thomas] ; introduction by Raul A. Barrenche.

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"The Los Angeles-based firm, Bobrow/Thomas and Associates, has specialized in the design and master planning of socially significant, prototypical projects. The firm emphasizes intensive user and community interaction, contextual design, and rigorous project management to achieve clients' goals, budgets, and schedules. This monograph covers the body of work produced by BTA from 1972 to the present. The projects presented here are related to a common set of concepts and beliefs, which inform the design of each."--BOOK JACKET.

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