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.
1908 – Unity Temple, Oak Park, Chicago
In 1905, after the original Unity Church burned down, the Unitarian congregation of Oak Park,
1898 – Frank Lloyd Wright House & Studio, Oak Park, Chicago
This was the Wright family residence from 1889 to 1909. Wright began the construction of this house in 1889 shortly after his marriage,
1940s – Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
In 1938, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe began his 20-year tenure as director of IIT’s School of Architecture (1938-1959). The university was on the verge of building a brand new campus,
1956 – Crown Hall, IIT, Chicago
Widely regarded as one of the most architecturally significant buildings of the 20th Century,
1952 – Chapel of Saint Savior / Robert F. Carr Chapel, IIT, Chicago
The chapel is Mies’s only building designed for religious services. Unique among the single-story pavilions on campus,
1946 – Wishnick Hall / Chemistry Building, IIT, Chicago
Originally used as the Chemistry Building, Wishnick Hall is currently undergoing redevelopment as an advanced IT centre.
1873 – New Goverment Buildings, Chicago, Illinois
Design for a Federal building containing Custom House, Court House and Post Office. Most of Mullett’s plan was constructed with a simpler roofline.