Faculty Directory
Laurence Booth

Richard C. Halpern/Rise International Distinguished Architect in Residence

Clinical Professor

Contact

2145 Sheridan Road
Tech A138
Evanston, IL 60208-3109

847-615-0347Email Laurence Booth

Website

Booth Hansen


Departments

Civil and Environmental Engineering


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Education

Harvard University; Graduate School of Design, 1958-59

Bachelor of Architecture, MIT, Cambridge, MA, 1960

B.A., Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 1958


Research Interests

Architecture


Selected Publications

    “Adams Road House, Oakbrook, Illinois.” GA Houses 19 February 1986: 136-143.
    “Adamson House in Chicago,” Architectural Review 166 October 1979: 229-230.
    “Adamson House,” A + U 129 June 1981: 71-76.
    “A House by Booth; a House by Nagle.” Inland Architect 19 April 1975: 18-21.
    “Architects Spur Rebirth of Chicago’s historic Printer’s Row,” Architectural Record 167 March 1980: 89-96.
    “Architecture: Laurence Booth,” Architectural Digest 41 September 1984:156-163.
    “Atrium Townhouses,” Process Architecture 12 1980: 32-37.
    “Barglow House, Chicago.” Architectural Record 147 Mid-May 1970: 60-61.
    “Beast into beauty: Helene Curtis Industries Corporate Headquarters, Chicago, Illinois.” Architectural Record 172 April 1985: 114-[119].
    “Blessing in disguise: Grace Place: Grace Episcopal Church and Community Center, Chicago.” Architectural Record 175 February 1987: 94-[99].
    “Booth & Nagle,” A + U 73 January 1977: 78-80.
    “Booth & Nagle, Architects/Planners,” Progressive Architecture 56 January 1975: 56-57.
    “Booth & Nagle.” A + U 72 December 1976: [63]-66.
    “Booth and Nagle Reinterpret Classic House Plan Outside of Chicago,” Architectural Record 159 Mid-May 1976: 86-87.
    “Booth Hansen and Associates,” A + U 129 June 1981: [71]-82.
    Booth, Laurence O. “Booth/Hansen. General Comments on Six Houses Designed 1975-78,” GA Houses 8 1981: 36-53.
    _____. “Karl Friedrich Schinkel: A Great Architect. A Play in Seven Scenes,” Inland Architect 25 June 1981: 12-30.
    _____. “Opinion,” Inland Architect 18 May 1974: 6.
    “Booth Nagle & Hartray: Museum of Contemporary Art,” A + U 117 June 1980: 109-112.
    Bruegmann, Robert. “Little Journeys to the Offices of Architects.” Inland Architect 27 May/June 1983: 9-29.
    “California Split: The 1979 C. C. AIA Awards,” Inland Architect 23-24 October 1979: 21-23.
    “Chicago AIA Awards,” Progressive Architecture 63 December 1982: 32.
    “Chicago’s 1974 Design Awards,” Inland Architect 18 November 1974: 7-15.
    Cohen, Stuart. “A Chicago School Filling Station Not Pumping Pop,” Inland Architect 17 July 1973: 16-19.
    _____. “Chicago MCA’s Renovated Image,” Progressive Architecture 60 June 1979: 24-25.
    “Contemporary Houses of the World.” A + U 101 February: 1979: 7-170.
    “Four architects who set up shop on the offbeat side of the street,” Inland Architect 16 June 1972: 12-17.
    “Gas Station for the Award Oil Co.” Architectural Record 152 December 1972: 98.
    Gapp, Paul. “Booth makes concrete progress with design of 320 N. Michigan Ave.,” Chicago Tribune, March 13, 1982: section 8, page 13.
    Greer, Nora Richter. “Warehouse becomes a 'house of beauty:' Helene Curtis headquarters.” Architecture 74 May 1985: 216-219.
    “Highland Park Apartments: Highland Park, Illinois,” Architectural Record 165 Mid-May 1979: 118-119.
    “House of Light, Chicago.” Architectural Record 174 Mid-April 1984: [58-63].
    “House on Lake Michigan, Glencoe.” Architectural Record 163 Mid-May 1978: 64-65.
    “Housing, Evanston, Illinois.” Architectural Record 167 June 1980: 364-365.
    “Lake Forest House,” Process Architecture 18 1980: 56-59.
    “Laurence Booth: the Family Tower, “A + U, 77 May 1977: 111-113.
    Miller, Nory. “Chicago’s Awards: the built, unbuilt and ineligible.” Inland Architect 21 November 1977: 8-13.
    Miller, R. “Architecture: Laurence Booth,” Architectural Digest 36 July 1979: 78-85.
    “Modules at Bay: Booth & Nagle explore the organic nature of structural order.” Architectural Forum 139-140 January/February 1974: 80-85.
    “Private Residence, Evanston, Illinois,” Architectural Record 167 Mid-May 1980: 78-79.
    “Record houses of 1970.” Architectural Record, 147 Mid-May 1970: 25-[85].
    “Record houses of 1971.” Architectural Record, 149 Mid-May 1971: 21-81.
    “Record houses of 1972.” Architectural Record, 151 Mid-May 1972: 19-78.
    “Record houses of 1974.” Architectural Record, 155 Mid-May 1974: 49-106.
    “Record Houses of 1975.” Architectural Record, 157 Mid-May 1975: 33-92.
    “Record Houses of 1980.” Architectural Record, 167 Mid-May 1980: 49-116.
    “Soft sell: the Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago.” Architectural Record 175 November 1987: 112-115.
    “The Tall Building Artistically reconsidered: the search for a skyscraper style,” Architectural Record 172 January 1984: 63-79.