Professor Emeritus, Landscape Architecture
348 Gould Hall
Seattle WA 98195-5734
Professor Emeritus Streatfield continues to teach in both the BLA and MLA programs. He is is on the faculty of the College Certificate Programs in Urban Design and and Preservation Planning and Design. His undergraduate degree in architecture is from the Brighton College of Arts and Crafts in England and he has a post-graduate degree in landscape architecture from the University of London, and an MLA from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Streatfield is a registered architect in the United Kingdom. He has been a Farrand Fellow at University of California, Berkeley and received an individual NEA fellowship.
Professor Streatfield practices as a consultant historian. He served in this capacity for several years on the impressive preservation of the gardens at Rancho Los Alamitos, Long Beach, California. He is currently working on a biography of Lockwood deForest, Jr., an important and little known landscape architect whose practice in Santa Barbara from 1920 until 1949 anticipated many aspects of modernism and regionally approriate plantmanship.