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Unformatted text preview: Environmental Design 1: eople and Environmental Design People and Environmental Design Fall 2010 | Professor Linda Jewell Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design What Is nvironmental Environmental esign? Design? Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design What is Environmental Design at the CED? The first school to combine the disciplines of architecture, planning, and landscape architecture into a single college, CED led the way toward an integrated approach to analyzing, understanding, and designing our built environment. CED was also among the first to conceptualize environmental design as inseparable from its social, political-economic, and cultural contexts. Its faculty and students have always seen environmental design as an exploratory spatial practice, aimed at creating forms of building, landscape, and urban plans that have yet to be imagined. Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design At the same time, CED has historically emphasized environmental design as a profoundly ethical practice, co-produced through dynamic engagements with diverse communities, workers, - businesses, and policy makers. Todays students have inherited unprecedented global challenges that could not have been foreseen when the college was founded in 1959. This legacy will require radically new ways to fashion the buildings and neighborhoods, cities and regions, and landscapes that harbor our diverse ways of life. The mission of the college is to produce creative and skilled professionals to help craft places, cities, and regions ecologically sustainable and resilient, prosperous and fair, healthy and beautiful whose logic, form, and materials we as teachers cannot yet conjure. Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design BUILDINGS LANDSCAPES URBAN FORM INFRASTRUCTURE Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Tipping Building (Berkeley), Fernau + Hartman Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Beth Shalom Synagogue (San Francisco), Stanley Saitowitz Brower Center Dan Solomon -WRT - 2009 Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Sea Ranch (Mendocino County, CA), Charles Moore/Lawrence Halprin/Others UC Berkeley Unit 1,2 Housing -2007 EHDD, Architect GLS, Landscape Architect Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Hayden Tract Building (Culver City), Eric Owen Moss Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Harvard Graduate Student Housing, Silvetti and Machado Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Jawahar Kala Kendra Arts Center (Jaipur), Charles Correa Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Folsom Dore Housing (San Francisco), David Baker + Partners Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design Lecture 01: Genus Loci | Introduction to Environmental Design...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course ED 1 taught by Professor Sethian during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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