Amherst College: An Architectural Tour (The Campus Guides) (Paperback)

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By Blair Kamin, Biddy Martin (Foreword by), Ralph Lieberman (Photographs by)
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Amherst College: The Campus Guide is an architectural tour of one of North America's most prestigious liberal arts colleges. Founded in Western Massachusetts some two hundred years ago, the one thousand-acre campus is a living museum of architectural history, bearing the imprint of distinguished firms in architecture and landscape architecture: Frederick Law Olmsted; McKim, Mead & White; Benjamin Thompson; Edward Larrabee Barnes; Shepley Bulfinch; and Michael Van Valkenburgh. Organized as a series of six walks, the guide interweaves the history of the college with the story of the campus's development. Newly commissioned photographs and a hand drawn pocket map enhance this engaging journey through Amherst's architecture, landscape, interior design, and sculpture.

About the Author


Blair Kamin, a 1979 graduate of Amherst, is the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic of the Chicago Tribune. His previous books include Why Architecture Matters: Lessons from Chicago.

Ralph Lieberman is an architectural historian and photographer. He was the photographer for Williams College: The Campus Guide and previously collaborated with Kamin on The Gates of Harvard Yard.

Biddy Martin is the president of Amherst College


Product Details
ISBN: 9781616898229
ISBN-10: 1616898224
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Publication Date: February 18th, 2020
Pages: 256
Series: The Campus Guides
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