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Fisher Building front, 343 S Dearborn St, The Loop, Chicago… Neoclassical Architecture, Historical Architecture, School Architecture, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Design, Chicago Loop, Chicago Travel, Chicago Illinois, Chicago City
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Fisher Building (1896-1907), front, 343 S Dearborn St, The Loop, Chicago, Illinois, USA

Gothic-inspired 18-story building (1896) designed by Charles Atwood (1849-1895), D.H. Burnham & Co • briefly world's tallest building • 20-story addition on building's north side(1906) designed by Peter J. Weber (1863-1923) • restoration, 2001 • Wikipedia • designated Chicago Landmark, 1978 • National Register #76000691, 1976

Monadnock Block front, The Loop, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago by Steve Minor Lago Michigan, Chicago School, Chicago City, Chicago Buildings, Visit Chicago, My Kind Of Town, Chicago Illinois, Best Cities, Construction
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Monadnock Block (1891-1893), front, The Loop, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL, USA

north half (foreground) consists of 2 16-story buildings, the Monadnock and Kearage, designed by Burnham & Root, completed 1891 • tallest load-bearing masonry buildings ever built • south buildings, the Katahdin and the Wachusett, designed by Holabird & Roche, completed 1893 • on completion was largest office building in world • 1938 remodeling by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill • vintage photos • Wikipedia • designated Chicago Landmark, 1973 • National Register #70000236, 1970 • South Dearborn…

Louis Sullivan’s 1895 Guaranty Building Buffalo NY. Recommended by Iggy Peck, Architect, book by Andrea Beaty. Brick Architecture, Historical Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Louis Sullivan, Modern Skyscrapers, Windows
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Louis Sullivan’s 1895 Guaranty Building Buffalo NY 1695

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Louis Sullivan, The Guaranty Building, The detail work on the outside of this building is beautiful. Seems like a cross between Gothic and modern architecture. Gothic Architecture, School Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Architecture Details, Building Facade, Building Structure, Art Nouveau, Louis Sullivan
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The Guaranty Building (Detail), 1895-6

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan, architects

 Ferdinand Peck hired Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler to build the largest and most grand opera house in the world. Frank Lloyd Wright was a draftsman. Louis Sullivan, Study Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Big Building, Building Design, Chicago School, Neoclassical Architecture, Chicago River, Arquitetura
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Chicago Landmarks - Landmark Details

See. Merchants National Bank by Louis Sullivan. Study Architecture, Unique Architecture, Classical Architecture, Louis Sullivan, Grinnell Iowa, Modern Skyscrapers, Chicago Style, Seth Peterson, Arquitetura

Louis Sullivan: Merchants National Bank, Grinnell, IA

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Marquette Building 140 S Dearborn St, The Loop, Chicago, IL. Pretty for a corner design. I like the ground floor pattern going all the way up on the corner windows. Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Modern Architecture, Chicago School, My Building, City Buildings, Chicago Buildings, My Kind Of Town, Historical Architecture
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Marquette Building (1895), 140 S Dearborn St, The Loop, Chicago, IL USA

Chicago School design by Holabird & Roche, Chicago • one of the first steel-framed skyscrapers • bas relief panels by sculptor Hermon Atkins MacNeil, depict Father Jacques Marquette expedition (1674-75), 1st European settler in Chicago • designated Chicago Landmark, 1975 • National Register #73000697, 1973 • wikipedia • history -McArthhur Foundation • National Register

Reliance Building 1895 34 view 32 North State Street Chicago Chicago School design by Charles B Atwood 18491896 of Chicagos DH Burnham Co first skyscraper with plate gl. Chicago Buildings, Famous Buildings, High Building, Building Design, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Contemporary Architecture, Chicago School, State Street
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Reliance Building (1895), 3/4 view, 32 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois

Chicago School design by Charles B. Atwood (1849-1896) of Chicago's D.H. Burnham & Co. • first skyscraper with plate glass windows a majority of building's surface area now houses Hotel Burnham • after years of neglect, deteriorating building rescued by City of Chicago and renovated, 1994 • Atwood obituary, NYT, 01/01/1896 • Wikipedia • Designated Chicago Landmark, 1995 • Designated National Historic Landmark, 1976 • National Register #70000237, 1970

First Leiter Building, William Le Baron Jenney, Chicago, 1879 Innsbruck, Le Baron, Louis Sullivan, Art Nouveau, Chicago School, Chicago Photos, School Architecture, Old Buildings, Contemporary Architecture
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Repeat- Writings on Architecture: Major Jenney Garners a Salute

Architect William Le Baron Jenney, the father of the skyscraper, gets a fond reconsideration on the 100th anniversary of his death

The Guaranty Building - Interior Architecture Board, Amazing Architecture, Architecture Details, Modern Architecture, Louis Sullivan, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Chicago School, World Crafts
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The Guaranty Building - Interior

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Chicago School department store, last major commercial building designed by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan School Architecture, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Chicago Buildings, Louis Sullivan, Chicago School, Commercial Architecture, City Photography, Beautiful Buildings
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Carson, Pirie, Scott Building (1899), corner view #1, 1 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA

12-story Chicago School department store, last major commercial building designed by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan (1856 –1924) • built for retail firm Schlesinger & Mayer, sold to Carson, Pirie, Scott (Carson's), 1904 • additions to original 9-story building, 1903, 1961 • steel frame sheathed in glazed white terra cotta allowed large bay-wide windows • Carson's vacated building, 2007 • Target will be new occupant • designated Chicago Landmark, 1970 • designated national historic…

Newly renovated entrance and facade of the Carson Pirie Scott & Co. store designed by Louis Sullivan. Located at One South State Street in Chicago, Illinois. In 2012 this space became a Target store. Beautiful Architecture, Beautiful Buildings, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Historical Architecture, Chicago School, Chicago City, Chicago Illinois, Chicago Usa
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Flickriver: Most interesting photos from Louis Sullivan, Architect pool

Flickriver - view images as a 'river of photos' and more...

Louis Sullivan. Merchants National Bank. Grinnell, Iowa. 1914

Sullivan Bank, Grinnell, Iowa

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Adams Building, Algona IA

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The Peoples' Federal Savings and Loan - Louis Sullivan, Architect

The Peoples' Federal Savings and Loan

Another inside shot looking towards the entrance.

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Carson, Pirie, Scott Building (1899), entrance, 1 South State Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA

12-story Chicago School department store, last major commercial building designed by Chicago architect Louis Sullivan (1856 –1924) • built for retail firm Schlesinger & Mayer, sold to Carson, Pirie, Scott (Carson's), 1904 • additions to original 9-story building, 1903, 1961 • steel frame sheathed in glazed white terra cotta allowed large bay-wide windows • Carson's vacated building, 2007 • Target will be new occupant • designated Chicago Landmark, 1970 • designated national historic…