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.
Four Plus One apartments might be the building type chicagoans most love to hate. Learn what makes them tick in our latest Chicago Building Type.
The Greystone is one of Chicago’s most lovely building types. Learn how Chicago created this classic urban residential form.
Our redesign of the 5411 Winthrop for Flats Chicago breathes new life into a classic example of Chicago’s Four Plus One apartment blocks.
map of Chicago from 1910, via Forgotten Chicago We are pretty obsessed with urban studies over here, whether it involves reading up on the history of Beverly for a new meadery project or finding out about native plant species in Illinois. We thought we’d share some of our favorite Chicago-centric blogs with you, especially those that…