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  • Jules Fisher

    Curiosity may not be very kind to cats, but it is the key personal characteristic that enabled Jules Fisher to successfully apply his extraordinary talent to an extraordinarily wide range of venues.

  • Remodeling for Accessibility

    Recently my Chicago-based construction company renovated a second-floor apartment in a 19-story building to make it more user-friendly for disabled and elderly residents.

  • Commendable Achievement, Interior Lighting - 155 North Wacker Drive, Chicago

    Following the tradition of great Chicago high-rise office buildings, 155 North Wacker Drive first roots itself to the street with a grand lobby and atrium before it begins its 46-story climb toward the sky.

  • Lumen Awards

    Eleven projects shine at the IES New York Section annual award program.

  • Congress Tackles Flood Insurance Reform Agains

  • Remodeling a Shotgun Flat

    A Chicago designer finds ingenious ways to squeeze more elbow room from a cramped footprint.

  • Letters

    Lead-paint regulations; ice dams revisited

  • Main Branch Riverwalk

    Annual Design Review 2010: Move: Citation

  • JLC Report

    Vacuum-insulated glass takes on triple glazing; houses shrink while buyer satisfaction grows; Chicago builder pays $1 million to woman injured in deck collapse; more

  • Builder Pays $1 Million to Settle Deck Collapse Suit

    Ledger was fastened with nails, not lag screws.