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Learning in Las Vegas : Charles Atwood/David M. Schwarz

By: Contributor(s): Series: Edward P. Bass Distinguished Visiting Architecture Fellowship (Series). 5 Publication details: Yale School of Architecture New Haven, Conn. c2010Description: 196 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), maps (chiefly col.) ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 9780393733341
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Collaborations in design and development -- Teaching in Las Vegas : then and now -- Learning in Las Vegas
Summary: Developer Charles Atwood and architect David M. Schwarz with Yale students designed pedestrian-friendly urban design projects in Las Vegas. In context with the original 1968 Yale Las Vegas Studio, Atwood and Schwarz asked students to learn from other cities how to combat Las Vegas's lack of street-oriented urbanism.
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Collaborations in design and development -- Teaching in Las Vegas : then and now -- Learning in Las Vegas

Developer Charles Atwood and architect David M. Schwarz with Yale students designed pedestrian-friendly urban design projects in Las Vegas. In context with the original 1968 Yale Las Vegas Studio, Atwood and Schwarz asked students to learn from other cities how to combat Las Vegas's lack of street-oriented urbanism.

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