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By Bruegmann, Robert; Contributions by Skolnik, Kathleen Murphy
This study tells the story of one of America's most gifted architects of the postwar years.
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Edited by Bruegmann, Robert; Contributions by Mekinda, Jonathan; Edelstein, Teri J.; Schrenk, Lisa D.; Harris, Neil
An expansive take on American Art Deco that explores Chicago's pivotal role in developing the architecture, graphic design, and product design
Edited by Bruegmann, Robert
The contributors to this volume chronicle the complex history of the planning, design, and construction of the United States Air Force Academy building.
By Bruegmann, Robert
This is a study of the American architects Holabird and Roche, who left an indelible stamp on the city of Chicago, with projects ranging from tombstones to skyscrapers, and boiler rooms to entire industrial complexes. The book traces the firm's history from its founding in 1880 t...o 1918.Read more
Stripping urban sprawl of its pejorative connotations, this book offers a new vision of the city and its growth. The author leads readers to the conclusion that in its complexity and constant change, the city is a wonderful work of mankind.
In this incisive history of the expanded city, Robert Bruegmann argues that urban sprawl is a positive and logical consequence of economic development and social mobility.
One of the country's largest and most important post-war architectural projects, the US Air Force Academy opened in 1958. The contributors to this volume chronicle the history of the planning, design and construction of the Air Force Academy.
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