Overview

Clarence S. Stein

(b. 188)


Related Overviews

Ebenezer Howard (1850—1928) founder of the garden city movement

garden city

Lewis Mumford (1895—1990)

 

'Clarence S. Stein' can also refer to...

 

More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Architecture

GO

Show Summary Details

Quick Reference

(188–1975).

American architect and planner. He founded the Regional Planning Association to promote solutions to urban overcrowding and applied Ebenezer Howard's Garden City ideas to two important developments: Sunnyside Gardens, Queens, NYC (from 1924), and Radburn, NJ (from 1926), both with Henry Wright (1878–1936). The separation of pedestrians from vehicular traffic and the large communal gardens of Radburn were influential, and Stein later promoted these in his Towards New Towns for America (1951). He advised on the creation of Chatham Village, Pittsburgh, PA (from 1930), and Baldwin Hills Village, Los Angeles, CA (from 1941). He was associated with Mumford and others in his work.

JAIA, lxv/12 (1976), 19–29;JAPA, xlvi/4 (Oct. 1980), 424–39;Placzek (ed.) (1982);Schaffer (1982);W&S (1994)

Subjects: Architecture.


Reference entries

Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content. Please, subscribe or login to access all content.