These black and white fine art images are part of a series on Chicago's unique and intricate skyscrapers. In one, rails ascend to the sky like a ladder beckoning mere mortals aboard. Another image portrays a building that looks like an airplane ready for flight. The third building is elaborately gift wrapped and tied with ribbons, and the last image displays a complementary duo of plaids. Architects: Two Prudential Plaza Architect: Loebl, Schlossman & Hackl, Stephen T. Wright, Design Principal Chase Tower Architect: C.F. Murphy Associates, Stanislaw Z. Gladych, Perkins and Will 333 Wacker Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates Aon Center Architect: Edward Durell Stone and 300 East Randolph, Architect James Goettsch of Goettsch Partnersï¿¼
I am a professional architecture, portrait, and black and white fine art photographer based in the Chicago area.