Thomas Church,
Landscape Architect
Designing a Modern
California Landscape

Marc Trieb, editor

Thomas Church re-defined the domestic landscape of the postwar United States. This pioneering work explores the many dimensions of Church’s contributions to landscape architecture, including both his writing and designs. Four experts present this story as a mosaic of words and images. Drawing on documentation from the Environmental Design Archives at UC Berkeley, this book presents many Church drawings never before published. Included are essays by Daniel Gregory, Dianne Harris Dorothee Imbert and Marc Trieb.

9.25” x 12.25” cloth binding, 272 pp., 2004;


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