Chicago school of architecture

Discover the iconic buildings and influential architects of the Chicago School of Architecture. Immerse yourself in the rich history and groundbreaking designs that have shaped the cityscape of Chicago.
Fisher Building (1896-1907), front, 343 S Dearborn St, The Loop, Chicago, Illinois, USA Exterior, Chicago, Architecture, Michigan, Chicago Architecture, Chicago Loop, Chicago Illinois, Detroit, Chicago Landmarks

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

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Home Insurance Building — chicagology Architecture, Chicago, Floor Plans, Home, Home Insurance Building, Home Insurance, Insurance, Basement Office, Building

< --Previous Up Next–> Home Insurance Building Life Span: 1885-1931 Location: NE Corner of LaSalle and Adams Streets Architect: William LeBaron Jenney Chicago Tribune, March 2, 1884 W. L. B. Jenney took out a permit yesterday to put up an eight-story and basement office structure, at the northeast corner of Adams and La Salle streets, to cost […]