Civilizing Terrains
Mountains, Mounds and Mesas

William Rees Morrish

Herbert Muschamp of the New York Times called Morrish one of the "most valuable thinkers in American urbanism today." This portable reprint of Professor Morrish's sketchbook contains an anthology of historical archetypes drawn from the American landscape. Supplemented with contemporary architectural models, urban spatial patterns, and building and site vocabulary, this volume is ideal for students of architecture, landscape, and urban planning alike.

6" x 9.5" paper binding, 116 pp., 2005