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Do Chicago’s buildings act as good citizens?

Cover photo, Who Is The City For? by Blair Kamin, photographs by Lee Bey.

Do Chicago’s buildings act as good citizens?

Cover photo, Who Is The City For? by Blair Kamin, photographs by Lee Bey.

Do Chicago’s buildings act as good citizens?

A collection of columns by longtime Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin is compiled in a newly-released book, Who Is The City For. The last decade is under the microscope, and questions of equity are on the table. Reset learns about how Chicago’s urban design projects are and aren’t improving the city. GUESTS: Blair Kamin, author of Who Is The City For Lee Bey, architecture critic, Chicago Sun-Times

Cover photo, Who Is The City For? by Blair Kamin, photographs by Lee Bey.

   

A collection of columns by longtime Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin is compiled in a newly-released book, Who Is The City For? The last decade is under the microscope, and questions of equity are on the table.

Reset learns about how Chicago’s urban design projects are and aren’t improving the city.

GUEST: Blair Kamin, author of Who Is The City For?

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