Positions in Architecture: Chicago Architectural Club Journal 2000, Volume 9
Chicago Architectural Club Journal, Jan 1, 2001 - Architecture - 152 pages
This latest in a series of occasional volumes from the Chicago Architectural Club focuses on personal architectural agendas and their translation into built form: each member describes a position vital to his or her work, illustrating it with built and unbuilt examples, while additional essays by Stuart Cohen, Kevin Harrington, and others describe the inner workings behind the careers of historical figures such as Louis Sullivan, Bertrand Goldberg, and Harry Weese. This richly illustrated book provides a personal view into Chicago's current architectural scene, casting it in light of its illustrious history and forecasting its vibrant future.
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