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This essay focuses on Georgia O'Keeffe who was fascinated by the New York City's skyscrapers, including the Shelton Hotel. This painting depicts the building as she saw it early one morning from the...
Essay: <em>The Shelton with Sunspots, N.Y.</em> by Georgia O'Keeffe
Mrs. James Ward Thorne, Miniature Rooms. San Francisco: Schwabacher-Frey Co., 1939.


Publishing: Mrs. James Ward Thorne, E-29: English Roman Catholic Church in the...
03. <em>E-29: English Roman Catholic Church in the Gothic Style, 1275-1300</em>, Mrs. James Ward Thorne
Students search for local and national examples of Roman architectural and engineering innovations.
Classroom or Home Activity: Building and Engineering Marvels
Drawing inspiration from the branches of a tree, the human hand, and the cellular structure of the living body, Bruce Goff conceived a structure that reflected the interconnectedness and plasticity...
03. Bruce Goff. Study for Interior Structure: Space Study Institute.  Typescript, with graphite sketches, 1956
727 S. Indiana Ave. 1905 by Hill and Woltersdorf 1993 Conversion by Fiat Once the Chicago offices for the famed camera company, this 190,000-square-foot structure was the first building in the area...
07. Eastman Kodak Company Building
153-163 N. Elizabeth St., northeast corner of Elizabeth St. and Randolph St.
1891-92 by Adler & Sullivan; photograph by Richard Nickel
South half demolished 1923; replaced by smaller...
05. Adolph and William Loeb Store and Flats
Drawing inspiration from the branches of a tree, the human hand, and the cellular structure of the living body, Bruce Goff conceived a structure that reflected the interconnectedness and plasticity...
01. Bruce Goff. Study for Space Study Institute, 1956
1812 W. Washington Blvd.
Circa 1925 by Maurice L. Bein
Demolition date not found; now the site of the Henry Horner Homes
This four level apartment is quite representative of Bein's...
06. Apartment Building
Ryerson & Burnham Libraries Collection Call number: 711.4 H64e
06. Ludwig Hilberseimer. <em>Entfaltung einer Planungsidee</em>. Berlin: Ullstein, 1963
Part four, "Structures of the Earth's Crust," moves from the reconstruction of mountain ranges to the reworking of the entire Earth with glass architecture, and expands to Part Five, "Star Structures...
04. Bruno Taut, <em>Alpine Architektur</em>. Hagen, Germany: Folkwang Verlag Publishing, 1919, plate 28.
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