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[Architectural History]. Chicago Tribune.

Prize Homes: Ninety-two Houses, Complete with floor plans and elevations, including the twenty-four prize winners in full color and sixty eight other excellent

Wilcox & Follett Co. Publishers Chicago. IL 1948 Quarto, pp 102. b/w drawings throughout, w/some colored renderings.
Post-war home designs from the Chicago Tribune's Prize Home Competition.The Design Groups were divided by lot size and shape. The architects were came from the midwest, east coast, California, and Canada. Styles ranged from Bauhaus to traditional and contemporary. This is an interesting publication historically, shedding light on what was considered good architectural design at this time.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Cloth over Boards,Sienna color w/embossed design,
Condition: Very good, w/o DJ
Book Id: 16486

Price: $75.00

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