This weekend, thousands of locals and tourists are going where few have gone before. Open House Chicago, the annual public architecture safari put on by the Chicago Architecture Foundation is underway. The army of urban explorers is armed with Canons, Nikons, and iPhones out the wazoo. So, let’s see what you’ve shot!
Send your pictures — the good, the bad, and the goofy — to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll play share-and-compare with the rest of Chicagoland.
A few photos are already coming in. This one comes from our Gold Coast Spy. She took it from the patio of the Cliff Dwellers Club‘s new home at the top of the former Borg Warner Building at 200 South Michigan Avenue.
We were up there earlier today, getting our Roger Ebert on, and the view is fantastic. 200 South Michigan is also a two-for-one stop, as both the Cliff Dwellers Club and architecture firm RTKL are open to the public this weekend.
Disclosure Notice: The Chicago Architecture Foundation has provided the author of this article with a free all access pass to this event.