As one of the foremost Chicago-based architects in the post-WWII period, Bertrand Goldberg designed iconic buildings such as Marina City and the Hillard Homes for the Chicago Housing Authority. The Art Institute of Chicago has crafted this great collection of over 330 images documenting his various accomplishments from the 1940s to the 1980s. Visitors can search the items by keyword or by date and they will find everything from architectural renderings to plans for speculative new urban developments. The proposed buildings are remarkable as well, and they include the 1988 ABC Office Building in New York and a proposed hospitals center for Chicago. Additionally, users can order reproductions of these items for their own collection, if they so desire.


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