The Groundbreaking Inland Steel Building Becomes Fully Appreciated 50 Years Later
Feb14

The Groundbreaking Inland Steel Building Becomes Fully Appreciated 50 Years Later

It is sleek, sophisticated, and understated. It is also accessible, inviting, and delightful as it shimmers in the sun. The Inland Steel Building (officially 30 West Monroe Street) remains an epochal example of modern architecture. And while this iconic Chicago structure isn’t a skyline diva, it was bold and innovative when it arrived in the late 1950s. After the twenty-year cessation of new construction caused by the Depression...

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Slice of Life: Flag Silhouettes
Jun03

Slice of Life: Flag Silhouettes

An American and Chicago flag silhouetted against the stainless steel base of 30 West Monroe Street (the former Inland Steel...

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