The El Rancho, a self-contained and luxurious resort built along a busted-up highway in 1941, set the tone for the Las Vegas Strip.
Stefan Al | Nov 12
Drawn with wit and grace, Krier's clever sketches reveal scandalous elements of architectural practices and ideology.
Léon Krier | May 11
In contrast to the noisy and diverse city, the suburbs were seen as spacious, segregated, and quiet — a much more promising state of affairs to corporations bent on expansion.
Louise A. Mozingo | Nov 15, 2019