When Bertrand Goldberg returned to his native Chicago in 1936 the city was in the midst of an architectural revolution. The emergence of steel-frame architecture in the final years of the previous century had ushered in a generation of soaring buildings, earning Chicago a reputation for architectural
Jilly Traganou is an architect, author and Assistant Professor in Design Studies at Parsons The New School for Design. Her work examines space and architecture in intersection with the fields of cultural, media and design studies, currently focusing on design’s role in the configuration of national
Charles Sumner Greene and his brother Henry Mather Greene, who established the architectural firm of Greene and Greene, were influential American architects. Active primarily in California, their bungalow houses and larger-scale ultimate bungalows are prime exemplars of the Arts and Crafts movement.