1925 – Chicago Tribune Tower, Chicago, Illinois
The Tribune Company’s 1922 competition to design the “world’s most beautiful office building” as its headquarters captured the interest of an international audience of architects,
1884 – The Savoy Hotel, Strand, London
Proposed new buildings published in The Building News, January 4th 1884.
1891 – Dairy Farm, Wimboldsley Estate, Cheshire
1924 – Wrigley Building, Chicago, Illinois
William Wrigley, Jr., the successful chewing gum manufacturer, in search of an impressive main office for his company,
1911 – People’s Gas Building, Chicago, Illinois
The design is indicative of its time. It employs the standard three-piece skyscraper formation,
1904 – Santa Fe Building, Chicago, Illinois
Designed in the “Chicago school”, the Santa Fe Building is now the headquarters of the Chicago Architecture Foundation.
1916 – Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
1869 – Water Tower, Chicago, Illinois
The old Water Tower and Chicago Avenue Pumping Station are the only public buildings to survive in this area on Michigan Avenue destroyed by the Fire of 1871.
1957 – Chicago Sun Times, Illinois
Because of its prime riverside location, the land beneath the oddly shaped, seven-story structure has long been coveted by developers pained by the profits uncaptured.