Monographs

William Rawn Associates Architects
The Images Publishing Group Pty Ltd, 2014

"To honor and respect the American public, we have carried on a search for the American values closest to our hearts: a democratic and accessible architecture, built on the values of meritocracy and equal opportunity for all. It is our hope that our buildings explicitly and implicitly celebrate these qualities so special to the American experience. Our civic buildings, college and university buildings, cultural and performance buildings, spiritual buildings, and performance buildings, and even our hotels seek to emphasize this commitment as strongly as they can..."

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William Rawn: Architecture for the Public Realm
Essays by William Rawn
Introduction by Paul A. Barreneche
Edizioni Press, May 2002

This volume presents 15 of the firm's most important projects, including Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, Loew's Boston Hotel, the Rochester Riverfront Redevelopment projects, and the Superblock Housing Competition at the University of Pennsylvania. Color photography, detailed drawings, and insightful text illustrate the architects' process and the resulting built environments, which take a humanistic stance on public and private space.

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Essays

"Patterns of Place" by William Rawn
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"Immersion" by Samuel Lasky
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"Transparency" by Clifford Gayley
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"Our Practice" by Douglas Johnston
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"Where the City Meets the Water" by William Rawn
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"A Room for Music" by William Rawn
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"Campus and the City" by William Rawn
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"The Public, the Concert Hall, and the Theater" by William Rawn
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