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Charles Moore 1- The influential Sea Ranch (1963) planned community in Sonoma Country, California (with landscape architect Lawrence Halprin). 2- The Faculty Club at University of California, Santa Barbara, (1968) with William Turnbull. 3- Kresge College (1971) at University of California Santa Cruz. 4- The exuberant, postmodern archetype Piazza d’Italia (1978), an urban public plaza in New Orleans, Louisiana. 5- University Extension at the University of California, Irvine. 6- The Beverly Hills Civic Center (1992) in Beverly Hills, California. 7- National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan (1992). 8- The California Center for the Arts, Escondido in Escondido, California (1993). 9- The Haas School of Business (1995) at the University of California, Berkeley. 10- Lurie Tower at the University of Michingan (1995). 11- The Preview Center (now a Bank of America branch) in Celebration, Florida (1996). 12- The Williams College Museum of Art addition in Williamstown, Massachusetts. His last work, the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, Washington. Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

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Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

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Moore House Its forms admittedly derive from primitive huts and from Mayan or Hindu temples — to say nothing of the famous Trenton Bathhouses by Louis I. Kahn—and Moore makes it clear that he was thinking in broad and recollective terms when he made the design.

Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

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Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

5th Home Work


Hood Museum of Art

Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

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Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

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Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

5th Home Work


Burn House "The Burns House was designed for an urban planner...and he brought at least two specific requirements to it. The building should reflect the patterns and traditions of life in southern California, and it also had to house a fine baroque pipe organ of which the client is the fortunate owner. "The result is a series of sheds and towers, not unlike Charles Moore's work some ten years earlier at the Sea Ranch, but here clothed in more regionally apposite stucco in many shades of ochre, orange, and mauve. The house is on the side of a steeply sloping canyon built on a platform that is barely 75 feet (23 meters) square. On the uphill side is the entrance; on the downhill side...the house opens to a terrace with a swimming pool and a view. Inside is a special room for the organ which can be closed off from the rest of the house with...sliding wooden doors...."

Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

5th Home Work


Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

5th Home Work


Name : Aamer Zubair Abdulatief

ID : 0865392

Supervised By : Dr.Farooq Mofti

5th Home Work


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