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IN THIS ISSUE 10_10.09.2013_MW
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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.
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.
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.
New Harvest
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.
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