Drawn with wit and grace, Krier's clever sketches reveal scandalous elements of architectural practices and ideology.
Léon Krier | May 11
Mayors and their municipal staff should not be considered visionaries, but a coordinated team of managers and janitors.
Alain Bertaud | Feb 27
Chicago sees itself as the quintessentially modern city of industry. But the urban grid emerged long before the calamity from which the city as we know it arose.
Hannah B Higgins | Jan 3
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