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Regenstein Library at the University of Chicago by Walter Netsch

Not as hard-core as the UIC buildings I’ve covered in the past (also here, here and here), the Regenstein Library’s main architectural moves are the concrete elevation and the two staircases – the main one serving all floors and another … Continue reading

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Localized paintings

The site-specific painting projects of Georges Rousse and Felice Varini were just brought to my attention by Matt Meissner, colleague and tireless source of arty curios on The Operable Window blog. Frankly, I couldn’t resist joining in the fun – … Continue reading

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UIC University Hall

Today I took a stroll through the University Hall tower. I don’t know what to say – as usual for ol’ Walter, behind the horrendous edifice there are some really fascinating moments. Still, it’s a lot less mind-bending than his … Continue reading

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UIC Science and Engineering South

This is the last of a series on Walter Netsch‘s field theory based creations at UIC – the Science and Engineering South building. Previous posts feature the Arts and Architecture and Behavioral Sciences Building. One problem I’ve noticed that the … Continue reading

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UIC Behavioral Sciences Building

If there’s a building crazier than the A+A, it’s the BSB, though these pictures don’t entirely capture the heavy, labyrinthine quality of the place.

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