chicago architecture foundation lecture 19 sept., 12:15

August 24, 2012 § 3 Comments

ImageI’ll be giving a lunchtime talk at the CAF on Wednesday, 19 Sept., at 12:15 entitled “The Wind Must be Looked After, How Lateral Bracing Influenced Two Generations of Chicago Skyscrapers.”  It will include new images and research on the Monadnock, as well as a comparison with wind bracing techniques in postwar Chicago skyscrapers.  Free, open to the public, and you can bring a sack lunch.  Hope to see some AF readers there…

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