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Louis Sullivan, Carson, Pirie, Scott Building (The Sullivan Center), 1899 and 1903-04, Chicago (photo: Scott Fischer, CC: BY-NC 2.0)

Louis Sullivan, Carson, Pirie, Scott Building (The Sullivan Center), 1899 and 1903-04, Chicago (photo: Scott Fischer, CC: BY-NC 2.0)

Louis Vuitton George Street Maison, Sydney

Louis Vuitton George Street Maison, Sydney

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Envisionators Citizen M by Arora Rohit

Envisionators Citizen M by Arora Rohit

Chicago, IL Carson Pirie Scott & Co. entrance | by army.arch. Pinned by #CarltonInnMidway - www.carltoninnmidway.com

Chicago, IL Carson Pirie Scott & Co. entrance | by army.arch. Pinned by #CarltonInnMidway - www.carltoninnmidway.com

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan The Auditorium Building, 1886–9, Chicago   By combining Richardson’s vertical hierarchy with Burnham and Root’s elimination of the wall, Adler and Sullivan were able to achieve in this building some measure of balance between classical monumentality and the expression of modern structure.

Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan The Auditorium Building, 1886–9, Chicago By combining Richardson’s vertical hierarchy with Burnham and Root’s elimination of the wall, Adler and Sullivan were able to achieve in this building some measure of balance between classical monumentality and the expression of modern structure.

Monadnock Block (1891-1893), front, The Loop, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL

Monadnock Block (1891-1893), front, The Loop, 53 W Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL

#RealChicago #Chicago #history #1900s #blackandwhite #stockexchange

#RealChicago #Chicago #history #1900s #blackandwhite #stockexchange

Extravagant adornments on buildings. As a child, I remember always looking up at mouldings, checking for details. The buildings always felt so grand: a testament to not only wealth, but history and art. This weekend in Chicago, I walked past the Carson Pirie Scott Building - Louis Sullivan.  It's still there, but sadly, the store inside is gone. The beautiful ironwork still adorns the exterior, and it'd be nice to see a new retail tenant inside.

Extravagant adornments on buildings. As a child, I remember always looking up at mouldings, checking for details. The buildings always felt so grand: a testament to not only wealth, but history and art. This weekend in Chicago, I walked past the Carson Pirie Scott Building - Louis Sullivan. It's still there, but sadly, the store inside is gone. The beautiful ironwork still adorns the exterior, and it'd be nice to see a new retail tenant inside.

Louis Sullivan, Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building, Chicago, Illinois, U.S., 1899–1903 (Iron, steel, glass, and terra cotta)

Louis Sullivan, Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building, Chicago, Illinois, U.S., 1899–1903 (Iron, steel, glass, and terra cotta)

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