The University of Texas at Austin
Lawrence W. Speck, Richard L. Cleary
125 color illustrations, 15 b/w illustrations
Publication date: 9/21/2011
|The newest title in Princeton Architectural Press's Campus Guide series takes readers on an architectural tour of the University of Texas at Austin's history from its foundation in 1883 to present-day. Beautifully photographed in full color, along with a selection of rarely seen archival imagery, the guide presents the history of UT Austin through six architectural walks, revealing the stories behind both the historic and contemporary buildings.
Featuring buildings designed by prominent Texan architects like Herbert M. Greene of Greene, La Roche and Dahl; internationally known designs from the likes of Paul Cret, Gordon Bunshaft and development of the current master plan by Cesar Pelli, The University of Texas at Austin is the definitive history of UT's architectural growth and maturity, mirroring its ascent as one of America's premiere centers of higher learning.
Richard Louis Cleary is a Professor of Architecture and the PageSoutherlandPage Fellow in Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin.
Lawrence W. Speck is the former dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. He is a principal of the Austin-based firm PageSoutherlandPage.