Professor Emeritus of Architecture at University of California, Berkeley and Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the University of Melbourne
Professor Treib is co-author of Garrett Eckbo: Modern Landscapes for Living, and author of Space Calculated in Seconds: The Philips Pavilion; Le Corbusier; Edgar Varese; and Sanctuaries of Spanish New Mexico. Also editor of An Everyday Modernism: The Houses of William Wurster, and Modern Landscape Architecture: A Critical Review; and co-editor of Regional Garden Design in the United States. Honors include a Guggenheim Fellowship, Fullbright Fellowships, American Academy in Rome Fellowship, ASLA Honor Awards, and Best Exhibition Publication Award from the Society of Architectural Historians. Has served on the Board of Senior Fellows, Dumbarton Oaks Program in Landscape Studies; as juror for the American Academy in Rome; as editorial board member for Design Issues; AIGA Journal; Places; Design Book Review; Journal of Garden History; and as contributing editor for Print magazine. Has taught design studios, lecture course on Japanese architecture and gardens; seminars on specialized topics including landscape architecture, criticism, art, and modern Scandinavian architecture. Research involves the urban designs of Eliel Saarinen; the Japanese garden in the twentieth century; nationalism and modernism in the landscape architecture of Christopher Tunnard and Sutemi Horiguchi; and the landscape architecture of Luis Barragan. Professor Treib will make an extended visit to the University of Melbourne as a Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellow.