Skyscrapers: the new millennium

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Prestel, 2000 - Architecture - 144 pages
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This publication examines the latest technical and aesthetic developments from around the world in the rapidly evolving design of skyscrapers.

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Acknowledgments 36 The Conde Nast Building at Four Times Square
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Dearborn Center Chicago Illinois
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Portland Federal Courthouse Portland Oregon
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Pauline A. Saliga, a coauthor of "Chicago Architects Design" (Rizzoli, 1982), is Executive Director of the Society of Architectural Historians in Chicago.
John Zukowsky is Curator of Architecture at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the author of numerous books on Chicago architecture.
Jane H. Clarke is the Associate Director of Museum Education at the Art Institute and has written on Chicago buildings for some outstanding journals in the architectural field.

Thorne, a resident of Chicago, is associate curator of architecture at The Art Institute of Chicago.

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