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Created by Dave Guadagni

 

Architecture Puzzler #498

If you were providing a covered area about 60 feet wide, 120 feet long, and 37 feet tall (18 by 37 by 11 meters), you would be accommodating which of the following? A basketball court, a covered tennis court, two covered volleyball courts, and/or an indoor soccer field.


 

Question from Last Week:
Architecture Puzzler #497

During the late 1800s, the dumping of Chicago's industrial waste into the Chicago River caused significant downstream pollution of Lake Michigan, the source of Chicago's drinking water. In response to a series of epidemics linked to polluted drinking water, the City of Chicago did which of the following?

A. Built an underground tunnel to take the Chicago River water several miles out into Lake Michigan.

B. Reversed the flow of the Chicago river and directed it towards St. Louis and the Mississippi River.

C. Redirected the river through a series of linked constructed marshes and open water-treatment areas to Lake Michigan several miles south of the city.  

Answer to Puzzler #497


 

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Eero Saarinen's cavernous Ingalls Rink, nicknamed the "Yale Whale."
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