The husband-and-wife architectural team Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker have published a book of their residential work. Transforming the Traditional (The Images Publishing Group, $50), features mostly homes on the North Shore of Chicago, in styles “informed by both modern and classical principles.” Given that some of these homes were built or remodeled as many as 10 years ago, it’s evident that the firm’s work holds up.

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Transforming the Traditional

     

The husband-and-wife architectural team Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker have published a book of their residential work. Transforming the Traditional (The Images Publishing Group, $50), features mostly homes on the North Shore of Chicago, in styles “informed by both modern and classical principles.” Given that some of these homes were built or remodeled as many as 10 years ago, it’s evident that the firm’s work holds up.

     

The husband-and-wife architectural team Stuart Cohen and Julie Hacker have published a book of their residential work. Transforming the Traditional (The Images Publishing Group, $50), features mostly homes on the North Shore of Chicago, in styles “informed by both modern and classical principles.” Given that some of these homes were built or remodeled as many as 10 years ago, it’s evident that the firm’s work holds up.

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