Chicago is home to 80,000 bungalows, which define the so called “Bungalow Belt,” constructed between the 1910’s and 1930. Here’s what defines this classic Chicago Building Type.
Not everyone sees the need to preserve industrial buildings but, to us, demolition at the Finkl Steel site is a tragic loss of a piece of Chicago’s history.
We made a trip out to Park Ridge yesterday to check in on the construction progress at Uptown Family Vision. Today, we share some photos.
We’re excited to see progress on the new placemaking project at the Lincoln | Wellington | Southport intersection. What about you?
Tuesday we talked about Biking around the World, first accomplished by Thomas Stevens (on a High Wheeler!) , and today we talk about Biking, Around the World. Guess which country bikes the most.
Moss loves bikes and biking in all their forms. To celebrate Bike Month (May), we make a rolling stop tour through the history of the bicycle.
Chicago has FIFTY EIGHT separate markets, all over the city, so there’s no reason not to support farmers markets in Chicago. Here are 5 reasons you should.
Summer is around the corner and the Chicago Farmers Market season is HERE. Find the fresh veggies nearest you … or in your favorite distant corner of the city.
How often do you notice the surface over your head? Today we showcase some of our favorite ceiling finishes and why they work.
Designers love knowing that the spaces we create impact on the lives of the people who occupy them. How ceiling height elevates your mood and mindset.
California can cut its water shortage by nixing lawns. Meanwhile the Midwest should come out of the short grass and take over as go-to Ag producer.
It is easy enough to celebrate Earth Day … every day. Here are three easy ways:
Have you ridden in an Uber? Stayed in an Airbnb space? Then you’ve joined the sharing economy. Moss explores what can it mean for buildings.