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Practice : Winter 2010
Ia ] bac To loNdoN Travels with dave harrison: london Dave Harrison, Head of the School of Interior Design When we travel from place to place, we ca nnot help but learn from what we are experiencing: topography, climate, a nd culture being the ma in three area s of learning by traveling. Culture is the one we, a s students of interior design, a rchitecture, landscape architecture, a re frequently the most concerned wit h. Traveling with my family as a child opened numerous doors that I hadn’t even known existed, and I try yearly to expose the BAC students to these same wonders, with an emphasis, of course, being on the places which house the most interesting things to see. “ Things” is purposely used here as it means buildings, furnishings, works of art, books, gardens, city planning, and of course people who a re knowledgeable in their chosen area s, e tc. Since coming to the BAC, I have taken students to see the Knoll a nd Herman Miller factories; Kentuck Knob and Falling Water; Washington, D.C .; Ash Lawn and Monticello; Winterthur Mus- eum; Oak Park, IL and the Frank Lloyd Wright building there; Chicago, A rt Institute, Millennium Park, and the Robie House; and London, which you see snapshots of on the facing page. Top left: Wolfgang Dawson, Kristina Mueller, nicole Farkas, Patrick Shanley at St. Paul’s Cathedral To p r ig h t : David Moschel, Carolyn Meek, Maureen Lopez-Coello Garibay, Christin Faison on the Tube center left : Brighton Wolfgang Dawson, Kri stin Mueller, nic ole F arkas at the Roy al Pav ilion, Brighton center right : Students at the Design Museum, London bot tom left : Suzanne Kennedy, D avid Moschel, Maggie Campolieta at Stonehenge, Salisbury bottom right : David Moschel, Saira Boyle, Patrick Shanley opposite page phoTo cREdITs Page 3: Janet Oberto; Page 7–8: Liz Linder; Page 10: Janet Oberto; Page 11: Liz Linder; Page 12: Bonica Ayala; Page 13: Liz Linder; Page 15 left: Bonica Ayala; Page 15 right: MikYoung Kim Design; Page 16 left: Oyler Wu Design Collaborative; Page 16 right: Silvia Illia; Page 17: Janet Oberto; Page 19–24: Liz Linder; Page 26 left and center: Len Charney; Page 27 left: Liz Linder; Page 27 right: Len Charney; Page 28–29: Southwest Harbor Public Library, Henry L. Rand; Page 31 left: Liz Linder, Page 31 center: Janet Oberto; Page 31 right: Heather Heimarck; Page 32: Richard Churchill; Page 35: David Jaquith ’70; Page 36 top: Janet Oberto; Page 35 bottom: Fred Noyes; Page 37 top: Kristin Kochanczyk; Page 37 bottom and Page 38: Liz Linder; Page 39: Janet Oberto; Page 40: Nanette Names; Page 41: Liz Linder; Page 45: Janet Oberto; Page 46 left: Stefano Paltera; Page 46 right: Janet Oberto; Page 47 left: Stefano Paltera, Page 47 right and 52 left: Janet Oberto; Page 51 and 54: Casey McNamara Photography; Page 55: Liz Linder; Page 60 and IBC: Kristin Kochanczyk dave harrison, Royal crescent, bath uk publIcaTIoN cREdITs Norah Lindsay : the Life and Art of a Garden Designer by Allyson Hay ward. London: Frances Lincoln, 2007; Money, Manure & Maintenance: Ingredients for Successful Gardens of Marian Coffin, Pioneer Landscape Architect, 1876–1957 by Nancy Fleming. Weston, Mass: Country Place Books, 1995; So Fine a Prospect: Historic New England Gardens by Alan Emmet. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, c . 1996. 60 pRacTIcE