This weekend's Chicago Tribune travel section contained a piece about a trip to Spring Green, Wis.--and if the married reporters' capabilities are truly reflected in this piece, it's no wonder the paper is circling the drain.
There are plans to build a 3280-foot skyscraper in Saudi Arabia. It will be the tallest structure in the world, 500 feet higher than anything else.But on this date in 1956, Frank Lloyd Wright announced plans for an even grander Chicago structure.
The Fox River Country Day School, a fixture in Elgin since the 1920s, has announced it will close--placing in limbo the school's naturalistic 53-acre campus designed by Frank Lloyd Wright protege John Van Bergen."
The weekend (March 27th) brings the‚ 124th anniversary of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe's birth. And we mark it with one of the more‚ obscure chapters in the great architect's life:‚ the time when a suburban business woman with an overactive imagination, an Edward G.