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20 September 2009

1880 – New Church of All Saints, Fulham, London

Architect: Arthur W. Blomfield Perspective View including ground plan published in The Building News, September 2nd 1881. “The parish church of Fulham, dedicated to All Saints, had been so often added to and...

20 September 2009

1880 – Church of St. Cuthbert, Hunslet, Leeds, Yorkshire

Architect: Perkin & Bulmer Perspective view including interior view & ground plan published in The Building News, February 20th 1880.

18 September 2009

1927 – 35 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: Giaver Dinkelberg Thielbar and Fugard Formerly known as Jewellers Building, Pure Oil Building and the North American Life Building, it was created for the city’s diamond merchants and had an unusual security...

18 September 2009

1924 – Lake Shore Center, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: Jarvis Hunt

18 September 2009

1925 – Chicago Tribune Tower, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: Howells & Hood 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, business leaders, and the...

18 September 2009

1884 – The Savoy Hotel, Strand, London

Architect: Robert W. Edis Proposed new buildings published in The Building News, January 4th 1884.

18 September 2009

1891 – Dairy Farm, Wimboldsley Estate, Cheshire

Architect: J. Cawley

18 September 2009

1924 – Wrigley Building, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: Graham, Anderson, Probst and White William Wrigley, Jr., the successful chewing gum manufacturer, in search of an impressive main office for his company, picked the present location of the Wrigley Building in...

18 September 2009

1911 – People’s Gas Building, Chicago, Illinois

Architect: D.H. Burnham & Company The design is indicative of its time. It employs the standard three-piece skyscraper formation, plus lots of classical embellishments like ornamental lions along the balustrade at the top....