The 1930’s saw two distinct trends with long-term impacts of the future of urbanism in North America, and particularly the United States.
If you missed January’s launch of the book “Midcentury Marvels: Commercial Architecture of Phoenix, 1945-1975,” here’s another opportunity.
In the 20th century, utopian urbanism has been explored through such proposals as Howard’s Garden City, Le Corbusier’s Radiant City and Wright’s Broadacre City
This building is an often overlooked example of Phoenix’s mid-century architecture. Neil B. McGinnis Neil B. McGinnis was born in El Paso Texas in 1897. He spent his childhood in Missouri, and moved to Phoenix in 1912. McGinnis graduated from Phoenix Union High School and attended Occidental College in California before…