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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art / The Italian Renaissance: Environmental Design

Environmental Design Policies

Physical access to this library is open to all researchers and visitors without requirement of any identification, registration, pass, or prior arrangements. Certain services, collections, equipment, or rooms within this library may be available only to certain groups of UC Berkeley students, faculty, and staff. Please inquire at the circulation desk for further details.

Environmental Design Library Located in 210 Wurster Hall

About

The Environmental Design Library is one of the premier architecture, landscape architecture, and city and regional planning libraries in North America. The Library supports the research and teaching of the College of Environmental Design.

Environmental Design Library

Architecture collection includes history, theory and practice; housing; vernacular architecture; building science; structures and construction; green design and sustainable architecture; social factors in architectural design; architecture in developing countries; and design methods and processes.