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Randolph T. Hester

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Davis, California,95616

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The University of California opened its doors in 1869 with just 10 faculty members and 38 students. Today, the UC system includes more than 238,000 students and more than 190,000 faculty and staff, with more than 1.7 million alumni living and working around th...more

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Caspar Village Plan archives

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Judy Tarbell volunteered to invite the internationally known community design team of Randy Hester and Marcia McNally to help us deliberate on this.
Two dozen Casparadoes, the hardy students, and their professor, Randy Hester, walked the town in the rain and discussed possibilities. On Sunday afternoon, February 22nd, we met again with Randy, and his students, filled out lengthy questionnaires, brainstormed maps in small groups about 'sacred places' and design possibilities, then shared our findings. The preliminary results from our two-day charrette with the Berkeley graduate students and their professor, Randy Hester were on display over the weekend in What's Afoot, across the street from the Caspar Shul. At 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, September 13th, more than 80 members of the Caspar Community convened to view the three plans and hear the presentation of University of California (Berkeley) Professor Randy Hester explain the plans.


about George F. Thompson Publishing

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Randolph T. Hester
Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus, at the University of California in Berkeley and Co-founder of the Center for Ecological Democracy Randy Hester was born in Danville, Virginia, and raised in Hester's Corner, North Carolina. He completed his B.A. in sociology and B.L.A. in landscape architecture at North Carolina State University and his M.L.A. at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He taught landscape architecture at the Pennsylvania State University and N.C. State before joining the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal-Berkeley in 1980, where he retired in 2010. He now resides near Durham, North Carolina, where he and his wife, Marcia, are co-principals of the Center for Ecological Democracy, a design and planning firm they founded in 1985 that was originally called Community Development by Design. Randy is the author of numerous books, including Design for Ecological Democracy (The MIT Press, 2010), The Meaning of Gardens, edited with Mark Frances (The MIT Press, 1992), T he Community Design Primer (Ridge Times Press, 1990), Planning Neighborhood Space with People, 2nd Edition (Van Nostrand Rinehold, 1984), Community Goal Setting, co-authored with Frank J. Smith (Douden, Hutchinson, and Ross, 1982), and Neighborhood Space (Douden, Hutchinson, and Ross, 1975). Randy has also served on the Raleigh (NC) City Council and remains very active in an organization he founded in 1997, SAVE International, a program of the Earth Island Institute whose goal is to secure habitat and species protection worldwide for the endangered spoonbill.


about George F. Thompson Publishing

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Randolph T. Hester
Professor of Landscape Architecture, Emeritus, at the University of California in Berkeley and Co-founder of the Center for Ecological Democracy Randy Hester was born in Danville, Virginia, and raised in Hester's Corner, North Carolina. He completed his B.A. in sociology and B.L.A. in landscape architecture at North Carolina State University and his M.L.A. at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He taught landscape architecture at the Pennsylvania State University and N.C. State before joining the Department of Landscape Architecture at Cal-Berkeley in 1980, where he retired in 2010. He now resides near Durham, North Carolina, where he and his wife, Marcia, are co-principals of the Center for Ecological Democracy, a design and planning firm they founded in 1985 that was originally called Community Development by Design. Randy is the author of numerous books, including Design for Ecological Democracy (The MIT Press, 2010), The Meaning of Gardens, edited with Mark Frances (The MIT Press, 1992), T he Community Design Primer (Ridge Times Press, 1990), Planning Neighborhood Space with People, 2nd Edition (Van Nostrand Rinehold, 1984), Community Goal Setting, co-authored with Frank J. Smith (Douden, Hutchinson, and Ross, 1982), and Neighborhood Space (Douden, Hutchinson, and Ross, 1975). Randy has also served on the Raleigh (NC) City Council and remains very active in an organization he founded in 1997, SAVE International, a program of the Earth Island Institute whose goal is to secure habitat and species protection worldwide for the endangered spoonbill.


Caspar Presentation to the Legislative Caravan

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commissioned and participated in a preliminary development plan executed by Prof. Randolph Hester of UC Berkeley


October 6th Charrette

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The town's chief advisor in the early days was Randy Hester, professor of Community Design at the University of California, Berkeley.
Hester has defined the purpose of the workshop thusly: "To envision precisely how people wish the new Community Center to be, to work and to feel, from the details of postal boxes, sitting in the sun with friends and newsing at the town center, to larger issues of building footprints and location, parking, circulation, and design guidelines." With the help of doctoral candidate Bill Eisenstein and other students from Berkeley, Hester will lead the meeting on a series of exercises to help define the wishes of the residents for the way their future village will look and function.


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