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Rediscovery Bruce Goff's midcentury houses across the Midwest are symbols of both a heartland-born eccentricity and a distinct Modernism. So why has he been forgotten? AURORA, ILL., 45 miles west of Chicago, lies deep in suburbia: It's the fictional setting of "Wayne's World" and the real-life setting of my adolescent weekends at the mall.
The Man Who Made Wildly Imaginative, Gloriously Disobedient Buildings 
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The Man Who Made Wildly Imaginative, Gloriously Disobedient Buildings 
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Rediscovery Bruce Goff's midcentury houses across the Midwest are symbols of both a heartland-born eccentricity and a distinct Modernism. So why has he been forgotten? AURORA, ILL., 45 miles west of Chicago, lies deep in suburbia: It's the fictional setting of "Wayne's World" and the real-life setting of my adolescent weekends at the mall.
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