“Bertrand Goldberg: Architecture of Invention” is a full-color, 192-page catalogue, distributed by Yale University Press. It represents the first scholarly exploration of the life and work of the internationally renowned Chicago architect. Essays by Zoë Ryan, Elizabeth Smith, Alison Fisher, and Sarah Whiting feature in-depth research on many important areas of Goldberg’s practice including avant-garde housing, furniture design, hospitals, and urbanism and are richly illustrated with many previously unpublished drawings and projects. This stunning catalogue is available for purchase through the at the Art Institute of Chicago Museum Shop or online.