We speak to where you live - not a bad tagline. In fact, we like the whole package. Sporting nice photography, tons of local design news and a very good guide to resources, Chicago Home is always a welcome sight on the newsstand.
First published four years ago, this Chicago-centric resource slowly moved from an annual to bi-annual. The good news is that now it's a quarterly with a new, more expansive format.
In the Spring 2006 issue:
A ten-page spread on eight local architecture firms - a good example of the in-depth features that they now have more room for.
Of special interest to AT readers: a piece on one of the Smallest Coolest entries ! (With great photos, including a unbelievable "before".)