Finding Aid for the Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project, circa 1974 0000278

Finding aid prepared by Jillian O'Connor and Chris Marino
Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design & Architecture Museum
Arts Building Room 1434
University of California
Santa Barbara, California, 93106-7130
805-893-2724
adc@museum.ucsb.edu


Title: Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project
Identifier/Call Number: 0000278
Contributing Institution: Architecture and Design Collection, Art, Design & Architecture Museum
Language of Material: English
Storage Unit: 545
Physical Description: 3.0 Linear feet (1 flat file folder)
Date (inclusive): circa 1974
creator: Patterson, Langford and Stewart.

Access

Partially processed collection, open for use by qualified researchers.

Preferred Citation note

Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project, Architecture and Design Collection. Art, Design & Architecture Museum; University of California, Santa Barbara.

Biographical/Historical note

The Medford, Oregon based firm Patterson, Langford and Stewart was one of three firms chosen by the City of Santa Barbara as consultants to the Santa Barbara Redevelopment Agency. The firm’s alternative land use suggestions, which consisted of five, area wide, alternate land use and transportation plans, were complied into a report in 1974, entitled Santa Barbara’s Central City: Choices for the Future.

Scope and Content note

The Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1974. The collection consists of 25 architectural drawings documenting the firm’s alternative land use suggestions. Drawings include: a land use plan and boundary map, proposed transportation infrastructure maps, presentation drawing of a proposed neighborhood recreation facility, an east beach design plan, a presentation drawing of a proposed housing unit in Mission Creek at Lower State Street, a presentation drawing of a ocean-oriented industry on the lagoon, a proposed neighborhood shopping center at Mission Creek, a proposed freeway bridge at the State street undercrossing, several alternative drawings of the central business district expansion, and a proposed renovation of the Plaza de la Guerra.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Patterson, Langford and Stewart.
Architectural drawings