The Midwestern Architecture Book You Need on Your Shelf
"Midwest Architecture Journeys" shows there's more than just Frank Lloyd Wright and postmodern glass houses
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You’ve seen plenty of images of Frank Lloyd Wright’s houses in the Chicago suburbs, and of Art Deco masterpieces scattered around cities that used to pump out iron, rubber or automobiles. The Midwest has been a hub for all of our American architectural dreams for decades, but maybe an overlooked one save for the big names like Wright and Mies. Thankfully, Belt Publishing has finally come up with a book that’s both handsome and smart enough to fit on your shelf or coffee table, highlighting forgotten masterpieces from all over the region.
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