Dan Kiley Landscapes
The Poetry of Space

Reuben Rainey
and Marc Treib, Editors

"Kiley's versatility, uniquely modern sensibility and eye for arresting natural beauty are on stellar display."
    - Aaron Britt, dwell.com

Dan Kiley Landscapes critically explores the design legacy of one of the most talented and productive American landscape architects of the latter half of the twentieth century. Dan Kiley collaborated with a host of distinguished architects that included Louis Kahn, Eero Saarinen, I.M. Pei and Kevin Roche. This volume brings together a wide range of critical commentary on Kiley's work, along with a long-out-of-print proceedings of a 1982 symposium at the Univeristy of Virginia. These transcripts elucidate Kiley's approach to design. This volume also features essays by distinguished critics John Beardsley, Gregg Bleam, Elizabeth Meyer and Marc Treib.

Reuben M. Rainey is a Wlliam Stone Weedon Professor Emeritus in the School of Architecture of the University of Virginia and the former chair of the department of Landscape Architecture.

Marc Treib, professor of architecture emeritus at the University of California, Berkeley is a landscape and architectural historian and critic.

8.5" x 11" paper, 160 pp., 2009