Open House Chicago: October 13-14, 2012
The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s Open House Chicago is a free public event that offers behind-the-scenes access to over 150 buildings across Chicago.
No reservations are required and everyone is welcome. Explore the hidden gems and architectural treasures of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods—all for free. Here’s a few shots I took today:
John Hancock Building shot from Lake Point Tower.
Open House Chicago is still going on tomorrow… it’s FREE. http://www.openhousechicago.org/sites/
View From The 24th Floor Tribune Tower
Shooting through glass is challenging, especially in the rain… That’s the Wrigley Building with the clock…
Jewelers Building – Shot from the 41st Floor of the Kemper Building. The glass was nasty dirty, the reflections were impossible to avoid, but I had to take a shot of the Jewelers Building. I’ve never seen it from this angle.
Lake Point Lovers
Lake Point Tower Rooftop Garden
Detail, Oriental Theatre:
The Oriental Theatre opened on May 8, 1926. This theatre was designed by George L. and Cornelius W. Rapp for the theatre managers Balaban and Katz.
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