Margaret Crawford Visiting Scholar
Professor, Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
Quadrant: Design, Architecture, and Culture
Professor Crawford's research focuses on the evolution, uses, and meanings of urban space. Her book, Building the Workingman's Paradise: The Design of American Company Towns, examines the rise and fall of professionally designed industrial environments. Crawford has also published numerous articles on shopping malls, public space, and other issues in the American built environment. Her most recent book is Nansha Coastal City: Landscape and Urbanism in the Pearl River Delta, co-edited with Alan Berger.
Department of Architecture
University of California, Berkeley
232 Wurster Hall # 1800
Berkeley, CA 94720-1800
Academic Work & Affiliations
- Department of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
Nansha Coastal City: Landscape and Urbanism in the Perl River Delta, edited by Alan Berger and Margaret Crawford. Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2006.
Everyday Urbanism: Expanded, edited by John Leighton Chase, Margaret Crawford, and John Kaliski. The Monacelli Press, 2008.
The Car and the City: The Automobile, the Built Environment, and Daily Urban Life, edited by Martin Wachs and Margaret Crawford. University of Michigan Press, 1992.