Entering Portland: A Visual Survey of Downtown Portland (1971). Richard Norman.

Entering Portland: A Visual Survey of Downtown Portland (1971)

Produced by the Portland Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, the introduction to this survey states "In the current planning process for downtown, the architects feel that an input of visual data, not found in traffic, land use, or any other authorized study, is essential to the successful development of our city."

The survey includes maps and photographs plus notes on the problems and potential for differenct aspects and area of the city as it relates to urban planning. A cool document with photographs from the 1970s prior to a new wave of development in Portland, a city known for its progressive urban planning ideas. Item #1259.

Condition: Very Good, Scuffing and toning to covers; toning to pages; some edgewear and tiny corner bumps.

Urban Planning Study
American Institute of Architects
17" x 11.5"
Approx. 94 pages
Oversize Spiral bound
Portland, OR: 1971

Price: $80.00

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