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The Ratcliff Architects, in Berkeley since 1909

Robert W. Ratcliff

The Ratcliff Architects, in Berkeley since 1909

by Robert W. Ratcliff

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Published by Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, University of California in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ratcliff, Robert W. -- Interviews,
  • Ratcliff, Walter Harris, -- 1881-1973,
  • Ratcliff Architects,
  • Architects -- California -- Berkeley -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementRobert W. Ratcliff ; with an introduction by Harold C. Norton ; interviews conducted by Suzanne B. Riess in 1989.
    ContributionsRiess, Suzanne B., Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23235547M

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Ratcliff, exploring the relationship of the first two generations of Ratcliff architects to Bay Region architects such as Maybeck and Wurster. They discuss social planning, growth, and development concerns of Berkeley, as well as the city's. The story of an architecture firm that has shaped the Bay Area for over one hundred years.

The Architecture of Ratcliff is a lavish look at three generations of one company's architects who have left a significant imprint on West Coast design and continue to lead the way in innovative, creative building solutions. Their accomplishments are many, The Ratcliff Architects Oakland International Airport's Author: Woodruff Minor.

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RATCLIFF – DESIGNING BAY AREA ARCHITECTURE FOR + YEARS. Ratcliff’s design philosophy is based on the concept that space matters; architecture impacts us every day, it enhances and amplifies our experience as human beings.

We approach our work by gaining a deep understanding of the context within which we are working; this context is multivalent and includes physical, functional and cultural. The building was designed by Walter H. Ratcliff, Jr., who was Berkeley’s first and only City Architect.

Over his long career, Ratcliff produced work in a variety of styles, including Arts & Crafts, English, and Mediterranean idioms. Like the City of Berkeley, the university owes much to the imagination and talent of this prolific architect. Foothill Student Housing Architect: The Ratcliff Architects, William Turnbull Associates: Lodged on a precarious site: Foothill student housing complex, University of California, Berkeley (Sept.

) by Donald Canty, Progressive Architecture 74(9), p. The Baltimore architecture firm of Ratcliffe Architects was formed to focus on client customization, specifically with private commercial development and custom high-end residential projects. A bibliographic research guide to finding information on Bay Area architects and architecture.

Berkeley, Calif., Howell-North Books []. East Bay Architecture to Decemresearched and complied by George C. Gunn.[Alameda?: s.n.], Completion report.

Oakland Cultural Heritage Survey, Oakland City Planning. Walter Harris Ratcliff Jr. (–) was an architect in Berkeley, California. His work includes local landmarks and buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. He served as Berkeley's first City Architect for part of his career and is credited with helping develop the.

Ratcliff’s first assignment as City Architect was the design of four new fire stations. Since they were all sited in residential neighborhoods, the architect was particularly attentive to their scale and style.

Walter Ratcliff Jr., an architect of immense and diverse talents, was the first of three generations of an architectural family that produced significant buildings in the Bay Area for over years.

Born in England inRatcliff was educated at the University of California, Berkeley and briefly at the American College in Rome.

Robert W. Ratcliff: The Ratcliff Architects, in Berkeley Since Rose Rinder: Music, Prayer and Religious Leadership: Temple Emanu-El, Roslyn Jhunever Barak: Song and Spirit: A Cantor’s Life Congregation Emanu-El, San Francisco, Ratcliff gained experience working for Berkeley architect John Galen Howard, briefly had a partnership in San Francisco, then went solo in Berkeley in He ingratiated himself with Berkeley’s business leaders, and was soon one of the primary designers for housing tracts developed by Mason-McDuffie.

Ratcliff died in Alameda County, CA, at the age of 92; his last residence was in the zip code of Berkeley, CA. Ratcliff was one of four architects who publicly objected to the proposed location of Strawberry Canyon for the University of California, Berkeley's football stadium. COVID Resources.

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Mariner's Plaza, Suite Mandeville, LA Ratliff Architects established Robert W. Ratcliff, for nearly 40 years the leader of a three-generation architectural practice responsible for numerous noteworthy buildings throughout the Bay Area, died April 30 at Alta Bates. City Architect in Berkeley.

Like the farms, this office is a thing of the past. The position existed for only eight years—from to —and was occupied by a single person: Walter Harris. Ratcliff has planned and designed a wide range of academic environments as new and renovated facilities and applies our knowledge of the most current design trends with lessons learned.

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