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House of the Holy

Frank Lloyd Wright didn’t care much about gutters. “It is not the deluge of water in a storm that hurts any building,” he wrote in 1938. “It is ooze and drip of dirty water in thawing and freezing, increased by slight showers.” But in the case of Taliesin, Wright’s iconic home in Spring Green, Wisconsin, […]

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CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN: 1923-1993 at the Art Institute of Chicago, through August 29 You don’t have to be an insider to appreciate “Chicago Architecture and Design: 1923-1993,” but it helps. The exhibition, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, is meant to illustrate the “reconfiguration of an American metropolis,” but it’s composed of […]