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MC 00321 Henry Sanoff Papers, 1969-1995

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[Box 2, Folder 19]
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Creator

Sanoff, Henry

Quantity

11.1 Linear feet

General Physical Description

9 archival boxes, 1 legal box

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Language

English

Acquisition Information

Gift of Henry Sanoff, 2003 (Accession 2003.0011)

Processing

processed by Jennifer Baker, 2014 February; finding aid created by Jennifer Baker, 2014 February

Scope and Content Note

The Henry Sanoff Papers contain student research project notebooks developed for a course where NCSU students attempted to create strategies for dealing with the planning problems unique to small rural communities.

These projects have been described in a book published in 2003 by the School of Architecture at the NCSU College of Design, "Three Decades of Design and Community" by Henry Sanoff. The Special Collections Research Center has a copy of this book.

Biographical/Historical Note

The Community Development Group, originally a course entitled "Model Cities Workshop," was created in 1969 to provide 5th year architecture students with a valuable real world collaborative experience. The students worked with local governmment, diverse rural populations and with the North Carolina Extension Service to develop plans and strategies of development for rural communities. The Senior Design Center (SDC) was created in 1994 to provide Computer Science seniors with a value-added capstone course resulting in a final project. The SDC provides an opportunity for companies to sponsor a particular project, resulting in a collaboration between students and private enterprise.

Dr. Henry Sanoff, AIA, Distinguished Professor of Architecture at the School of Architecture at the College of Design, earned his B.A. in Architecture in 1957 and M.A. in Architecture in 1962 from the Pratt Institute in New York. He came to the NCSU School of Design in 1966. He taught courses relating to community participation, social architecture, design research, design methodology, and design programming. Sanoff has lectured around the world and in the United States at more than 85 institutions. He is widely published and has been a visiting scholar at a number of institutions around the world. Sanoff has also worked as an architectural consultant in the programming and design of children's centers.

Controlled Terms

  1. Architecture
  2. Sanoff, Henry

Access to Collection

Collection is open for research; access requires at least 48 hours advance notice.

For more information contact us via mail, phone, fax, or our web form.

Mail

Special Collections Research Center
Box 7111
Raleigh, NC, 27695-7111

Telephone

(919) 515-2273

Fax

(919) 513-1787

Preferred Citation

[Item identification], Henry Sanoff Papers, MC 00321, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC.

Access to Collection

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