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Garrett Eckbo

(1910—2000)

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California School

Overview page. Subjects: Architecture.

Term used to group some American landscape-architects, all working independently, but responding to Californian demands for gardens with amenities such as swimming-pools and terraces...

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Daniel Urban Kiley

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(1912–2004).

American architect and landscape-architect, a disciple of Olmsted. He began to collaborate with Eero Saarinen in 1947 on the competition for the design of the...

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EDAW

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Acronym for a firm of landscape-architects that evolved from a partnership formed by Eckbo, Francis Dean, Don Austin, and Edward A. Williams. This large concern established offices...

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Joseph Allen Stein

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(1912–2001).

American architect. He collaborated with Eckbo and Neutra before settling (1952) in India. He designed several buildings in Lodhi Park, New Delhi, e.g. International...

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Robert R. Royston

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(1918– ).

American land-scape-architect. He was in partnership with Eckbo 1945–58.

Kalman (1994)

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Thomas Church

Overview page. Subjects: Lifestyle, Home, and Garden — Architecture.

(1902–78), American landscape architect and pioneer of what later became known as the ‘California style’.

He evolved an original approach to the problems of 20th-century garden...

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