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  • Architecture put this town on the map

    Deep in the belly of Indiana off Interstate Highway 65 pops out a marvel of a town molded by eminent architects. It was hard-core industry, specifically diesel engine manufacturing, that helped put this town on the map. That, along with invention and...
  • More Millenniums

    As Chicago prepares to open Millennium Park — four years late and $325 million over budget — a Tribune review of major millennium projects around the world reveals a common theme: Big plans typically are beset with big problems. According to the...
  • A brilliant steakhouse indeed

    A brilliant steakhouse indeed
    Never underestimate Wolfgang Puck. He's such a familiar face, beaming from the covers of his cookbooks or exhorting viewers of the Food Network to "live, love, eat " that we tend to forget he's not just chef to the Oscars and a celebrity in his own right,...
  • Cathedral Embodies Spiritual Journey

    Cathedral Embodies Spiritual Journey
    Austere and slightly atavistic in its mysticism, the new Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is a landmark of remarkable architectural intelligence. Designed by the Spanish firm Jose Rafael Moneo Architects, with Los Angeles-based Leo A Daly Architects,...
  • 10 can't-miss classics

    10 can't-miss classics
    They are as familiar to us as our childhood homes, yet they still feel fresh and current. These 10 classic designs — constantly reimagined — have proved their enduring appeal over decades and even centuries. They transcend trendiness: They'...
  • The dream job for a voyeur

    The dream job for a voyeur
    FOR as long as he can remember, the photographer Tim Street-Porter has been a voyeur. Curiosity, not perversity, drives him to peer behind strangers' doors. Fortunately for the many people who have seen the architectural wonders of Los Angeles through his...
  • Getty's constant gardener

    Getty's constant gardener
    IT was 1973, and eccentric billionaire Jean Paul Getty was planning an ambitious folly for his property in the Palisades: a precise replica of Villa dei Papiri, a grand home destroyed in Herculaneum in AD 79, that would house his collection of Greek and...
  • L.A.'s high-style high-rise

    L.A.'s high-style high-rise
    For a select group of Angelenos, the route to grandma's didn't go over the river and through the woods, but along Sunset to a 32-story Modernist block of stucco and glass built in 1964, a singular apartment house set back from and above the storied...
  • Promising? This place is a pigsty

    Great Adaptations: Making Older Buildings Into Dynamic Homes for Today Jill Herbers Harper Design, $35 The yen for great space and grand style is equaled, in some people, by a yearning for a home with a sense of history — one with the materials,...
  • Another Cubs city comes alive on the weekends

    It has a skyline possibly suited for a really big metropolis (squint hard). The statehouse--all domed, gilded and filigreed--would do a small European country proud. Lofts, condos and townhouses sprout throughout the downtown like cornstalks after a...