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Humanizing the Institution: The Architecture of Bobrow/Thomas and Associates [Hardcover]

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The projects presented here, including the Los Angeles County Emergency Operations Center and Casa Pacific Children's Crisis Care Center, are related to a common set of concepts and beliefs.

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Pages   104
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 12.38" Width: 9.98" Height: 0.6"
Weight:   2.06 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Publisher   Edizioni Press
ISBN  1931536112  
ISBN13  9781931536110  

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More About Raul A. Barreneche

Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Raul A. Barreneche has worked at Architecture magazine as executive editor and is the author of Rizzoli's Tropical Modern and co-author of Universe's House: American Houses for a New Century. He is a contributing editor to Metropolitan Home, Architectural Record, and Travel + Leisure and also has written for House Beautiful, Dwell, Interior Design, and the New York Times.

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Humanizing the Institution  Jun 8, 2003
Too many hospitals-Cedars Sinai is an example-are vast, oppressive labyrinths, discouraging practitioners and patients alike. The LA firm of Michael Bobrow and Julia Thomas have infused their care facilities with cool design, warm colors, light, air, and glimpses of nature. They've carried that same spirit of humanity into offices, laboratories, and college buildings. This well-illustrated overview, introduced by Raul Barreneche, shows that architects really can enhance the quality of life. (Michael Webb is the book reviewer for LA Architect magazine.)

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