Bertrand Goldberg: Architecture of Invention
Chicago: AIC/Yale University Press, 2011
Editor: Zoë Ryan

Chicago-based architect Bertrand Goldberg (1913-1997) was a visionary architect whose designs for housing, urban planning, and industrial design made a distinctive mark in the modern era. This publication, the first to focus in-depth on the entirety of Goldberg's life and work, traces his development from his early Bauhaus training to his notable architectural achievements. With essays by Alison Fisher, Zoë Ryan, Elizabeth Smith and Sarah Whiting.

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