Resources tagged architecture

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Iakov Chernikhov's use of the term "architectural fantasies" is his own, meant to describe a teaching exercise which allows a student to work out compositional problems on paper based on a set of...
03. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Architectural Fantasies: 101 Compositions</em>. Leningrad: Mezhdunarodnaia kniga, 1933
141 W. Van Buren St.
1903 by Frost & Granger
Demolished 1981; now One Financial Place, the Midwest Stock Exchange, and the Chicago Board Options Exchange Buildings
03. LaSalle Street Station
Northwest corner of N. Wacker Drive at W. Randolph St.
1852 by John M. Van Osdel
Demolished 1963; now the site of the Randolph-Wacker Building
Built as the offices for lumber baron...
03. Lind Block (a.k.a. Sargent Building)
03. Ludwig Hilberseimer. Schema einer Hochhausstadt, Stadtplan.  Illustrations for <em>Grossstadt Architektur</em>.  Stuttgart: Verlag Julius, 1927
300 N. State St., Chicago, IL, 1959-1967. Orlando Cabanban, photographer.
03. Marina City, Chicago, IL. Exterior view of office building, c.1963.
North Ave. near Harlem Ave., River Forest, IL, 1938 (with Gilmer V. Black, associate architect).
03. North Pole Ice Cream Store. View of store collapsed into "mobile" mode, September 1, 1938.
WILLIAM PAIN (1730-1790)

The Carpenter's Pocket Directory, containing the Best Methods of Framing Timber Buildings of all Figures and Dimensions... with Explanations, Forming the...
03. Roof Trusses, plate XV
1969-1974. Tan & Voss, renderers.

St. Joseph Hospital in Tacoma is a 260-bed, 11 story hospital with a quatrefoil bedtower, supported by concrete columns that pierce a rectilinear...
03. St. Joseph Hospital, Tacoma, WA. Exterior rendering, 1970.
ALFRED P. SHAW (1895-1970)
Shaw was born in Boston and studied architecture at the Boston Architectural Club. After his early employment in Boston with Maginnis and Walsh and Shepley, Rutan and...
03. Unidentified location, n.d.
W. Montrose Ave. and N. Narragansett Ave., Chicago, IL, 1986-1992.

Wright College, designed as a new campus for the City Colleges of Chicago, included four buildings and a park on a ten-...
03. Wright College, Omni Building, Chicago, IL. Interior view, c.1992.

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