4 edition of 100 years of architecture in Chicago found in the catalog.
100 years of architecture in Chicago
Oswald W. Grube
|Other titles||One hundred years of architecture in Chicago|
|Statement||by Oswald W. Grube, Peter C. Pran, and Franz Schulze ; translations and additional text by David Norris.|
|Contributions||Pran, Peter C., joint author., Schulze, Franz, 1927- joint author., Grube, Oswald W.., Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)|
|LC Classifications||NA735.C4 H8513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||77608287|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Revised and expanded English text." "Originally published in German under the title Jahre Architektur in Chicago. Paperback. First Edition. Oblong octavo (8vo). pages of text including a bibliography and an 100 years of architecture in Chicago book.
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Exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago in May/June Through archival and full-color photography, plans and architectural drawings, the book illustrates the changing nature of architecture and its expansion during this period from the early developments of concrete and the steel frame, through national styles of architecture and the eruption of Modernism to the influence of science and engineering in the post-war period, the provocative /5(5).
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