Chicago Black and White Photos – InSite Real Estate Program

Friedman Fine Art, referred by Whitney Architects is pleased to present a unique art program recently developed for InSite Real Estate in Oak Brook, Illinois. The concept, which was a collaboration between the CEO of the firm and Friedman Fine Art, was to display an array of Chicago’s iconic buildings by exhibiting a skyline shot, a close-up shot of the building, and an intriguing architectural detail. The 62 black and white photographs in the collection were taken by some of the city’s finest architectural photographers and mounted on acrylic float frames.

Standard Oil Building 200 E. Randolph Street – Edward Durell Stone 1974

 

 

Chicago Board of Trade 141 West Jackson Boulevard – Holabird & Root 1930

 

 

311 South Wacker Drive – Kohn Pederson Fox Associates 1990

 

 

Sears Tower 233 South Wacker Drive – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1973

 

 

First National Bank Building 10 South Dearborn Street
C.F. Murphy Associates | Perkins & Will 1969

 

 

Farnsworth House 14520 River Road, Plano, IL – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1951

 

 

Aqua 225 North Columbus Drive – Studio Gang Architects 2009 

 

 

Marina City 300 North State Street | 315 North Dearborn Street Bertrand Goldberg 1964 One IBM Plaza 330 North Wabash Avenue – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1971

 

 

John Hancock Center 875 North Michigan Avenue – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1969

 

 

Wrigley Building 400 North Michigan Avenue – Graham, Anderson, Probst & White 1921 Tribune Tower 435 North Michigan Avenue – John Meade Howells | Raymond Hood 1925

Rookery Building 209 South LaSalle Street – Burnham & Root 1888

Richard J. Daley Center 50 West Washington Street – C. F. Murphy Associates 1965

Carson, Pirie, Scott Building 1 South State Street – Louis Sullivan 1899

333 West Wacker Drive – Kohn Pederson Fox Associates 1983

Inland Steel Building 30 West Monroe Street – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 1957

 

Dirksen Federal Building 219 South Dearborn Street Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1964

S.R. Crown Hall 3410 South State Street – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1956 Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at work

Other Feature Elements in the Art Program

Custom Painted Baltic Birch Michael Finnegan
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