“Local architect Edward Keegan takes readers on a snappy sidewalk tour of 42 area buildings put up over the past 123 years. Its chronology shows the progression of buildings stout, squat, tall, slender, stony, steely and sleek.” ~Engineering News
About the Author
The Chicago Architecture Foundation (C.A.F.) was founded by architects and preservationists in 1966 to save H. H. Richardson’s Glessner House, one of Chicago’s oldest residences. To this day, C.A.F. is dedicated to its mission of advancing public interest and education in architecture and related design, which it supports and enables through tours, exhibitions, lectures, and special events atted by over 600,000 people each year. Edward Keegan is an architect and architectural critic. His writing has appeared in Architecture, Architectural Record, Metropolis, Chicago, The Chicago Tribune, and The Chicago Sun Times.