It sounds like something you'd see in a 1950s vision of tomorrow — a city within a city, where residents could live and shop and work and go to church and see movies and do, well, pretty much anything, all without ever going outside. In 1968, one architect made that dream a reality, and his structures are still an important part of Chicago's skyline today.
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Marina City: Designing in the Round
Written by Reuben Westmaas March 14, 2018
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