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Trip

Chicago

The Sky is the Limit

A fascinating journey that konfronteert us with the historical work of Sullivan, Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, until the recent work of SOM and Jahn.

Programme

D1

Brussel
Chicago
O’Hare Airport – Murphy, Jahn & Perkins, 1987

D2

Chicago – Oak Park
Home and Studio – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1909
Unity temple – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1904
Edwin H. Cheney House – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1903
+ 20 houses

D3

Chicago – Loop
Auditorium Building – Louis Sullivan, 1889
Carson, Pirie, Scott and Company Building, Louis Sulivan & Burnham, 1899
Rookery Building – Burnham and Root, 1988
- William LeBaron Jenney
Board of Trade Building – Holabird & Root, 1930
Chicago Federal Center – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1964
Sears Towers – Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 1973
State of Illinois Center – Helmut Jahn, 1985
- Fujikawa
- Stanley Tigerman
181 West Madison – Cesar Pelli, 1990
77 West Wacker Drive – Ricardo Bofill, 1992

D4

Racine (Wisconsin)
Frederick Robie Residence – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1909
Crown Hall of the Institute of Technology – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1956

D5

Chicago
Willits House – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1901
Johnson Wax Headquarters – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1936
Wingspread (Herbert Johnson House) – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1937
Harold Washington Library Center – Hammond, Beeby and Babka, 1991
Stanley Tigerman
Skidmore, Owings and Merrill
Goldberg
McCormick Place – Gene Summers & Helmut Jahn
(Art Institute)

D6

Madison (Wisconsin)
Pew House – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1940

Spring Green (Wisconsin)
Taliesin – Frank Lloyd Wright, 1911
school + farm + windmill + restaurant

D7

Chicago
Marina center – Bertrand Goldberg, 1964
John Hancock Center – Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, 1969
860–880 Lake Shore Drive Apartments – Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1951
James Charnley House – Louis Sullivan & Frank Lloyd Wright, 1892
Brussel