Urban Loft: How Chicago Redefined the Architecture Christina Noelle

ISBN: 9780967221557

Published: January 1st 2008

Hardcover

168 pages


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Urban Loft: How Chicago Redefined the Architecture  by  Christina Noelle

Urban Loft: How Chicago Redefined the Architecture by Christina Noelle
January 1st 2008 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 168 pages | ISBN: 9780967221557 | 10.36 Mb

Author Christina Noelle, a Chicago native and urban lifestyle specialist, takes you through the history of the Urban Loft in Chicago. Just the word Loft conjures up images of rough and tumbled edges. Cool hip places. Urban atmosphere. It hasMoreAuthor Christina Noelle, a Chicago native and urban lifestyle specialist, takes you through the history of the Urban Loft in Chicago. Just the word Loft conjures up images of rough and tumbled edges. Cool hip places. Urban atmosphere. It has personality. It has substance.

Just like the lofts themselves, the idea of loft is as different and inspired as the people who dwell in them. As loft has moved around the country, it has become different things for different people. And it has just as much to do with the people responsible for creating them as it does for the organic evolution of the architecture.This full color 168 page coffee table book with over 200 illustrations is the perfect gift for anybody who loves the city of Chicago.l



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