"Chicago's one of the rare places where architecture is more visible." - Frank Gehry
The skyline of Chicago is home to a dizzying array of buildings - tall and small - displaying a variety of architectural styles. And the city itself is also filled with friendly people, delicious food, and many wonderful examples of art and culture.
The Wrigley Building
Apple's new $90 million dollar riverfront store. The roof is meant to resemble a MacBook Pro
Apple's new $90 million dollar riverfront store. The roof is meant to resemble a MacBook Pro.
Tribune Tower: Statue of Nathan Hale
The Art Institute of Chicago:
FOREGROUND: "Portrait of Balzac" by Auguste Rodin; BACKGROUND: "Paris Street; Rainy Day" by Gustave Caillebotte
The Art Institute of Chicago: "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by Georges Seurat
The Art Institute of Chicago: "America Windows" by Marc Chagall
L to R: Swissotel, Radisson Blu Aqua Hotel
L to R: One Illinois Center, 333 N. Michigan, London Guarantee Building, Trump Tower
Union Power Station
FOREGROUND: Union Power Station; BACKGROUND: Willis (formerly Sears) Tower