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eBook James Marston Fitch: Selected Writings 1933 - 1997 ePub

by Martica Sawin,James Marston Fitch

  • ISBN: 0393731928
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Martica Sawin,James Marston Fitch
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: W W Norton & Co Inc (September 30, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1989 kb
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Selected writings on architecture, preservation, and the built environment. James Marston Fitch, Martica Sawin, Jane Jacobs. In this anthology of his writings, spanning over sixty years of his professional career, Fitch's incisive ideas and observations on a range of subjects are brought to light in a single, readabl. More).

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James Marston Fitch, an architect whose writings and teaching helped transform historic preservation from a dilettante's pastime into a vigorous, broadly based cultural movement, died on Monday at his home in Manhattan

James Marston Fitch, an architect whose writings and teaching helped transform historic preservation from a dilettante's pastime into a vigorous, broadly based cultural movement, died on Monday at his home in Manhattan. He was 90. Less interested in where Washington slept than in how ordinary people built their homes and workplaces - and what lessons modern architects could draw from the most modest and common building types - Mr. Fitch was the outspoken antithesis of a freeze-it-in-amber sentimentalist.

James Marston Fitch (1909–2000) was an architect and a Preservationist. In 1964, he was one of the founders of the Historic Preservation Program at Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. He was a member of the faculty there from 1954 to 1977, and received an honorary Litt. The School has established a lecture series in his honor and endowed a named professorship, previously held by Andrew Dolkart and currently held by Erica Avrami.

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