The Rookery, Chicago

Mark Heller

Bonney Lake, United States

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This is the lobby of The Rookery building (1888), the oldest hi-rise in Chicago that is still standing. The building (and lobby) were originally designed by Daniel Burnham, but the lobby was redesigned in 1907 by a young Frank Lloyd Wright. This is one of his first independent projects after leaving the firm of Adler & Sullivan. Sullivan’s influence is still clearly strong as shown by the ornate gold leaf scrollwork in the marble.

Taken with a Nikon D300.

Sample: Framed Print

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