Crafting Your Experience

ChicagoHistory
Michael N. Plei

Tracing Adler & Sullivan along Randolph Street

Famous Chicago architects Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan designed many amazing buildings in Chicago's downtown, elsewhere around the city and beyond. Some still stand, while many are gone. Regardless, their existence helped Chicago grow into a world capital and a center of architecture history. Tracing Adler & Sullivan will allow user's visiting these sites to learn the building stories from back-in-the-day through to today.

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    3. 1878-79. The Central Music Hall.

    3. 1878-79. The Central Music Hall.

    THE PROJECT WHERE ADLER & SULLIVAN ACTUALLY BEGAN

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    20. 1882. Remodel of Hooley’s Theatre.

    20. 1882. Remodel of Hooley’s Theatre.

    EMPLOYING THE WEST’S FINEST DECORATIVE AND CONSTRUCTIVE ABILITY

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    141. 1891-92. German Opera House Building.

    141. 1891-92. German Opera House Building.

    IT MUST BE EVERY INCH A PROUD AND SOARING THING

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    7. 1880-81. Borden Block.

    7. 1880-81. Borden Block.

    AN EARLY ATTEMPT AT “FORM FOREVER FOLLOWS FUNCTION”

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    59. 1884. Gray, Kingman & Collins Store.

    59. 1884. Gray, Kingman & Collins Store.

    EARLY LOFT WORK WITH NON-COHESIVE, BUT DEVELOPING, STYLE

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