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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 10_10.09.2013_MW
In This Issue:
  • Gwendolyn Purdom on the new book, Chicago Skyscrapers 1871-1934.
  • Chicago's landmark Viceroy Hotel is reborn as affordable, green housing.
  • Massive geothermal system heats sustainability center at Loyola University in Chicago.
  • Skyscraper expert discusses architecture in a world where the sky is not the limit.
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  • Chris Bentley calls on architects to push for improved indoor air quality.
  • SOM pushes aside the typical stodgy law firm design to create refined offices for Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg.
  • Efforts to revitalize Chicago's "Black Metropolis" stress sustainability.
  • Steven Holl Architects designs second arts building at the University of Iowa.
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  • Complex daylighting analysis proves the power of trees.
  • Minneapolis law may allow for accessory dwellings on alleys.
  • HOK brings new energy to a hotel in a neighborhood known for its night life.
  • Chicago's landmark Viceroy Hotel is reborn as affordable, green housing.
  • Parks planned for Chicago's former Fisk and Crawford coal plants.
  • Pelli Clarke Pelli's Depaul University arena in Chicago aims for minimal impact.