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The National Farmers' Bank of Owatonna, Minnesota, United States, is a historic bank building designed by Louis Sullivan. - Home Design and Decoration Owatonna Minnesota, Louis Sullivan, Chicago School, Banks Building, Unique Buildings, Office Buildings, Parisian Apartment, Chicago Style, Perspective

The Architecture of Adler & Sullivan

In a prolific 15-year period between 1880 and 1895, Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan teamed up to produce an architecture that was stridently American—one that drew from nature for its ornament while creating simple, modern forms on steel frame walls.

Glazed terra cotta ornamentation on the Krause Music Store building at 4611 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Designed by Louis Sullivan, Neoclassical Architecture, Architecture Details, Historic Architecture, Louis Sullivan, Indie Art, Art Nouveau Design, Arts And Crafts Movement, Beautiful Buildings, American Art

Sullivan Krause Ornament 2

Glazed terra cotta ornamentation on the Krause Music Store building at 4611 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Designed by Louis Sullivan, 1922.

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St Louis, MO Wainwright Building

Designed by Adler and Sullivan and is considered one of the world's first skyscrapers with a steel frame and curtainwall. It opened in 1891. This is now a State of Missouri Office Building. The Wainwright Building is on the National Register of Historic Places #68000054, and is also a National Historic Landmark.

Ceramic tile, Louis Sullivan Architectural Collection, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. Art Nouveau, Tile Art, Mosaic Tiles, Art And Architecture, Architecture Details, Louis Sullivan, Architectural Elements, Architectural Pattern, Architectural Salvage

Louis Sullivan -- architectural detail - a photo on Flickriver

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City Museum, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA - Sullivanesque stonework Architectural Sculpture, Architectural Salvage, Architectural Drawings, Louis Sullivan, Flourish Border, City Museum, Chicago Style, Elements Of Design, Scores

Photos at the City Museum

ARTISTIC INSPIRATION, according to Plato, is a kind of divine madness. The City Museum , in downtown Saint Louis, is known for its fanciful...

Plate 12 'Values of Overlap and Overlay' from Louis Sullivan's 'System of Architectural Ornament', 1923 Architecture Diagrams, Architecture Details, Louie Louie, Louis Sullivan, Everything Is Illuminated, Rogues, Thesis, Geology, Overlays

Plate 12 'Values of Overlap and Overlay' from Louis Sullivan's 'System of Architectural Ornament', 1923

Work of Louis Sullivan Study Architecture, Art Nouveau Architecture, Historical Architecture, Architecture Details, Louis Sullivan, Modern Skyscrapers, Art Nouveau Design, Chicago Style, Home

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Once upon a time there was a university student who knew all the words to Madonna's Borderline but who wasn't very good about registering for courses on time... this resulted in an eclectic class schedule of subjects that had very little to do with the student's major but were still very entertaining... one of those classes was a survey of American architecture where the student was introduced to the work of Louis Sullivan and promptly fell in love. The End.

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan The Auditorium Building, Chicago By… Chicago Architecture Foundation, Study Architecture, Historical Architecture, School Architecture, Famous Buildings, Old Buildings, Chicago School, Chicago Usa, Louis Sullivan

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan The Auditorium Building, 1886–9, Chicago By combining Richardson’s vertical hierarchy with Burnham and Root’s elimination of the wall, Adler and Sullivan were able to achieve in this building some measure of balance between classical monumentality and the expression of modern structure.

Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. Stenciled Frieze Panel from the Trading Room of the Chicago Stock Exchange, Chicago, IL. 1893 The MoMA Frank Lloyd Wright, Louis Sullivan, Design Art Nouveau, Design Department, Chicago Style, Arts And Crafts Movement, Of Wallpaper, Craftsman Style, Architecture

Louis Sullivan, Dankmar Adler. Stenciled Frieze Panel from the Trading Room of the Chicago Stock Exchange, Chicago, IL. c. 1893 | MoMA

Louis Sullivan, Dankmar Adler. Stenciled Frieze Panel from the Trading Room of the Chicago Stock Exchange, Chicago, IL. c. 1893. Oil on canvas. 56 x 53 1/2" (142.2 x 135.9 cm). Gift of Constance Caplan, Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder, and Robert B. Menschel. 611.2009. Architecture and Design