The University of Chicago Press
Giving voice to dozens of architects who knew and worked with (and sometimes against) Mies van der Rohe, this comprehensive biography tells the compelling story of how Mies and his students and followers created some of the most significant buildings of the twentieth century.
On Thursday, July 13, 1995, Chicagoans awoke to a blistering day on which the temperature would eventually climb to 106 degrees. This book reveals how in coming decades the effects of climate change will intensify the social and environmental pressures in urban areas around the world.
Houlbrook here explores the relationship between queer sexualities and modern urban culture that we take for granted today.