qThis book about CRS will fill an important gap in architectural history. It explores the ways architects of the mid-twentieth century developed methods that allowed professionals to analyze projects systematically rather than relying on the traditional combination of information and intuition. CRS played an important role in the profession's progress by pioneering qprogrammingq to tailor buildings more precisely to the clients' and occupants' needs.qThe firma#39;s final important building was the George Bush Presidential Library at Texas Aaamp;M, whose design was begun in 1989 under Paul Kennon.13 The bidding and construction were completed by Hellmuth Obata Kassabaum, the big St. Louis firm that absorbed the CRS design group in 1994. During its more than four decades of existence, CRS won over three hundred design awards. The firm pushedanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Crs Team and the Business of Architecture|
|Author||:||Jonathan King, Philip Langdon|
|Publisher||:||Texas A&M University Press - 2002|