1. CED Unite for Peace, Kamakazi Design Group, ca. 1970 
Included in the new exhibition: Design Radicals: Creativity and Protest at Wurster Hall.
210 Wurster Hall (The Environmental Design Library), UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California. October 16th, 2014 to December 19th, 2014.

    CED Unite for Peace, Kamakazi Design Group, ca. 1970 

    Included in the new exhibition: Design Radicals: Creativity and Protest at Wurster Hall.

    210 Wurster Hall (The Environmental Design Library), UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California. October 16th, 2014 to December 19th, 2014.

  2. Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association “Rhythm Space” pavilions at Expo ‘70, Osaka Japan. Designed by Kunio Mayekawa and Associates. Photograph by Richard Clayberg, from the Collections of the CED Visual Resources Center, UC Berkeley.

    Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association “Rhythm Space” pavilions at Expo ‘70, Osaka Japan. Designed by Kunio Mayekawa and Associates. Photograph by Richard Clayberg, from the Collections of the CED Visual Resources Center, UC Berkeley.

  3. United Nations General Assembly Building under construction in New York City, ca. 1950. Photograph by Eugene Kodani, from the collections of the CED Visual Resources Center, UC Berkeley. 

    United Nations General Assembly Building under construction in New York City, ca. 1950. Photograph by Eugene Kodani, from the collections of the CED Visual Resources Center, UC Berkeley. 

  4. Proposed World Trade Center, San Francisco, 1951. From the William Merchant and Hans Gerson Collection of the Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley.

    Proposed World Trade Center, San Francisco, 1951. From the William Merchant and Hans Gerson Collection of the Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley.

  5. Street Scene, Florence, Italy, 1976. Judith Lee Stronach, photographer. From the Collections of the Environmental Design Archives and Visual Resource Center, UC Berkeley. 

    Street Scene, Florence, Italy, 1976. Judith Lee Stronach, photographer. From the Collections of the Environmental Design Archives and Visual Resource Center, UC Berkeley. 

  6. Gardner Dailey’s American Red Cross West Coast Headquarters of 1947-1948, in San Francisco, California. Dailey’s building was sadly demolished in 2001, but the Majestic Hotel and a residential building with five round and angled bays still survive: http://goo.gl/maps/p9AnI . 1951 photograph by UC Berkeley Architecture Alum Eugene Kodani. From the collections of the CED Visual Resources Center.

    Gardner Dailey’s American Red Cross West Coast Headquarters of 1947-1948, in San Francisco, California. Dailey’s building was sadly demolished in 2001, but the Majestic Hotel and a residential building with five round and angled bays still survive: http://goo.gl/maps/p9AnI . 1951 photograph by UC Berkeley Architecture Alum Eugene Kodani. From the collections of the CED Visual Resources Center.

  7. The Sea Ranch turns 50 this year! 
Burlap shopping bag from the Sea Ranch store, ca. 1975. From the collections of the Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley. #edarchives #searanch

    The Sea Ranch turns 50 this year! 

    Burlap shopping bag from the Sea Ranch store, ca. 1975. From the collections of the Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley. #edarchives #searanch

  8. We’re welcoming students back to Wurster Hall this week! Photo: Cris Benton , Wurster Hall, Kite Aerial Photo, Berkeley, CA #edarchives #wurstergram #cal #ucberkeley #wurstergram

    We’re welcoming students back to Wurster Hall this week! Photo: Cris Benton , Wurster Hall, Kite Aerial Photo, Berkeley, CA #edarchives #wurstergram #cal #ucberkeley #wurstergram

  9. G. Albert Lansburgh Collection, Stage area of the Warner Brothers Theater, 1926 #edarchives #classictheaters

    G. Albert Lansburgh Collection, Stage area of the Warner Brothers Theater, 1926 #edarchives #classictheaters

  10. Moongate Garden with archivist (at Smithsonian Castle)

    Moongate Garden with archivist (at Smithsonian Castle)