Reframing Chicago's Residential Architecture

Robert Weddle
2021 The Plan Journal  
Within histories of the advent of architectural modernism, Chicago's role has been presented as so seminal, and so focused on a handful of key events and individuals, as to obscure deeper understandings of the place and period. A fuller accounting inevitably builds more complicated and interwoven narratives textured by often conflicting details.
doi:10.15274/tpj.2021.06.01.3 fatcat:4yhfbcjgvjen3p56v3cyvcw37a