Envisioning Wurster Hall
Student work / "Beaux-arts" (top, left)
Reproduction of student work: a Beaux-Arts plan by Falkenstein, 1925, instructor J.G. Howard. --Records of the CED, Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley
Student work / "modern" (top, middle)
Reproduction of a student work: a BART station by W. Blessing, 1948, instructor W. Perry. --Records of the CED, Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley
Daily Californian, "Arch Grows" (top, right)
A clipping from the UC Berkeley student newspaper, the Daily Californian, May 10, 1957
--Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley
Before Wurster Hall there was the "Ark" (2nd row)
Photograph, North Gate Hall. Designed by John Galen Howard, completed in 1906. The Architecture Department was housed in the "Ark" until the completion of Wurster Hall in 1964. The darker portion was the first phase of the "Ark" (1906); the second phase (1907) is lighter and steps uphill.
--John Galen Howard Collection (1955-4), Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley
Photographs, 2 views of the "Ark" - including the courtyard.
--Centennial Collection, Records of the CED, Environmental Design Archives, UC Berkeley