Leo Burnett Building in Chicago

Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
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Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
Photograph © Wayne Lorentz/Artefaqs Corporation
Photo of Leo Burnett Building in Chicago, Illinois
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Chicago, Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership, 610 S. Michigan Ave., Building Facade with Reflections

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Leo Burnett Building

35 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois, The Loop 60601
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  • Rentable floor space: 1,100,000 square feet
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  • The vertical stainless steel bars that divide the windows. These are nods to the classic "Chicago window" and also reflect light to brighten up a potentially dark building.
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  One of my favorites of recent years, with a solid dignity not always encountered in contemporary architecture. Detail (such as the rhythmic arrangement of columns at the main entrance, the slightly projecting corners, the cornice-like moulding and varied window height at the corners at about the 15th floor, and bright-metal vertical bars on the windows) is subtle, but adds visual interest to what might otherwise be a stodgy block.

Alan Follett - Thursday, August 30th, 2012 @ 11:55am  

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