Resources tagged architecture

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Northeast corner of 8th St. & Wabash Ave.
1905 by Richard E. Schmidt; Schmidt, Garden & Martin [?]
Demolished 1960; now the site of an extension of the Conrad Hilton Hotel
02. Eighth Street Theater
6366 N. Milwaukee Ave. (at Nagle near Devon)
1851 architect unknown; photograph by Barbara Crane
Demolished 1980; now the site of a Dunkin' Donuts
Before being destroyed by a fire...
02. Henry W. Rincker Residence
Clark, Cermak and State Streets; Chicago, IL, 1963-1966.

The Hilliard Homes, public housing for families and the elderly built for the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA), continue to be one...
02. Hilliard, Raymond, Homes. Site plan, c.1964-1965.
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...
02. Iakov Chernikhov, <em>Architectural Fantasies: 101 Compositions</em>. Leningrad: Mezhdunarodnaia kniga, 1933.
Grant Park & Harrison
1893 by Bradford L. Gilbert
Demolished 1974; land incorporated into Grant Park
This large Romanesque station opened in 1893 to accommodate visitors to...
02. Illinois Central Railroad Station
Newton's Cenotaph:
Boullée was greatly influenced by Isaac Newton's mathematical precision and its applicability to the architectural form. The cenotaph is designed as a large circular...
02. Jean-Marie P&#233;rouse de Montclos, <em>&#201;tienne-Louis Boul&#233;e, 1728-1799, de l'architecture classique &#224; l'architecture r&#233;volutionnaire.</em> Paris, Arts et m&#233;tiers graphiques, 1969.
Ryerson & Burnham Libraries Collection
Call number: 070383, series 10/2, box.ff 9.35
02. Ludwig Hilberseimer. Schema einer Grossstadt. Illustrations for <em>Grossstadt Architektur</em>.  Stuttgart: Verlag Julius, 1927
02. Marina City, Chicago, IL. Construction view of core, October 13, 1961.

Our Book of Modern Homes. Chicago: Sears, Roebuck & Co., [1907].
02. Modern Homes No. 104 and 109
817 N. Dearborn St.
circa 1891 by Patton & Fisher
Demolition date not found, possibly late 1960s; now the site of a parking lot
Located in proximity to the Newberry Family's...
02. Newberry Hotel

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