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IN THIS ISSUE 04_05.18.2011_MW
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The Miller House in Columbus, Indiana is famed as the collaborative achievement of three great design talents of the 20th century. Open to the public for the first time, Alan G. Brake steps inside to see how it has endured.
New head of architecture and design department wants to add landscape, too.
A bamboo clad Caffe brings Division Street together.
Murphy/Jahn designs glass-domed library for the University of Chicago.
Fabricator expands manufacturing facility in Kansas City to meet demand.
Public Works at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.
Early results of Chicago's public housing overhaul.
Cleveland Browns look to redevelop on Lake Erie.
Competition seeks to reignite dead Rustbelt building.
Eavesdrop>Ryan Lafollette
Landmarks Illinois suggests reuse plan to Northwestern University.
Brininstool, Kerwin, and Lynch design a 50-story tower for Chicago's River North.
At Deadline
Iwan Baan, Brasilia-Chandigarh: Living with Modernity
Students from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago display their work.
Alan G. Brake weighs in on the current state of high speed rail.
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The Miller House in Columbus, Indiana is famed as the collaborative achievement of three great design talents of the 20th century. Open to the public for the first time, Alan G. Brake steps inside to see how it has endured.
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