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Williams College: The Campus Guide

Eugene J. Johnson, Michael J. Lewis, Ralph Lieberman

$37.50

     6.25 × 10 in (15.9 × 25.4 cm)
256 pages
200 color illustrations
Publication date: 12/04/2018
ISBN: 9781616897116


Nestled in the Berkshire Mountains in western Massachusetts, Williams College
routinely ranks atop the best liberal arts colleges in the United States. The 450-acre
campus, master-planned by the esteemed Olmsted Brothers, is home to 2,000
students and 100 academic and residential buildings, some dating back to the late
18th century. This beautifully written and illustrated portrait showcases many fine
examples of American campus architecture by Cram Goodhue & Ferguson; Shepley,
Bulfinch, Richardson & Abbot; Stanford White; Mitchell-Giurgola; Tadao Ando;
Cambridge Seven; Bohlin Cywinski Jackson; Einhorn, Yaffee, Prescott; and Polshek
Partners. Williams College: The Campus Guide, with newly commissioned color photography and axonometric color maps to engage visitors, students, and alumni, is the newest edition to the acclaimed Campus Guide series of American colleges and universities.


Eugene J. Johnson taught art and architectural history at Williams for fifty-two years
and has been published extensively. Michael J. Lewis, is Faison-Pierson-Stoddard
Professor of Art at Williams College and received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his
recent City of Refuge: Separatists and Utopian Town Planning.


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