What is good design, and do we see any on the Cornell campus?
|dc.description||Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: College of Achitecture, Art and Planning., Speaker(s): Professor of architecture, Cornell., Lecture, June 12, 1993.|
|dc.description.abstract||In his seminar, part of the 1993 Alumni Weekend, Hascup discusses various locations or structures on the Cornell campus which exhibit good design principles. Some of these locations include the Arts Quad, the Johnson Art Museum, the McGraw clock tower at Uris Library, the Law School buidlings, and the Performing Arts Center.|
|dc.title||What is good design, and do we see any on the Cornell campus?|
|dc.title.alternative||Alumni reunion weekend.|