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Modern Public Gardens: Robert Royston and the Suburban Park.
ROYSTON. Rainey, Reuben and JC Miller.
Modern Public Gardens: Robert Royston and the Suburban Park.
Among the most innovative and influential of Royston's office's works were a series of suburban parks in San Francisco and on the Peninsula. These designs were insightful in their understanding of sociology, play, and the postwar suburban landscape. Much has been written on the urban park, but virtually nothing on the suburban park. While almost completely unknown today, Royston's parks offered one of the most socially successful landscape typologies to mid-century northern California.

Category: Featured Publishers, William Stout
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 160 pp
Publisher: William Stout Publishers.
Year: 2006.
Publication Place: San Francisco,
ISBN: 0974621420
Book Id: 64580

Price: $45.00

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