ICYMI-Selected work from The Architect’s Newspaper

Last year, I had the pleasure of serving as Midwest editor of The Architect’s Newspaper. Here is a selection of pieces I wrote for the publication:

New Wisner-Pilger Public School ties together two small Nebraska towns torn apart by a tornado.

Space p11 brings off-grid art to Chicago’s Pedway.

National Veterans Museum opens in Columbus, Ohio. 

Commission on Chicago Landmarks aims to preserve affordability and culture alongside historic architecture in Pilsen.

What will be Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s legacy on Chicago’s Architecture?

Houston’s Goodnight Charlie’s is a contemporary honky-tonk with vernacular roots.

Chicago needs a new historic resources survey to protect its postmodern and vernacular heritage.

Historic preservation battles in Chicagoland turn to Trumpian tactics.

 

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