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FCSarch 29 Chicago School

  1. 1. Chicago, 1871 Chicago and the Chicago School of Architecture
  2. 2. Chicago’s Population 1830 300 people (town founded in 1833) 1850 30,000 people 1870 300,000 people <ul><li>1 million people </li></ul>The sixth largest city in the world.
  3. 3. US c. 1860 Why did Chicago grow so quickly? 1830s-1850s Erie Canal 1850s-1950s Railroads (20 th century Airports)
  4. 4. Chicago Fire 1871
  5. 5. Chicago, 1892
  6. 6. Chicago
  7. 7. Home Insurance Building, Chicago, 1883-85 (William Le Baron Jenney)
  8. 8. ROOKERY The Rookery Chicago Burnham & Root 1885
  9. 9. Rookery
  10. 10. Rookery, plan
  11. 11. Rookery, interior
  12. 12. Rookery, light court
  13. 13. AUDITORIUM BUILDING, Sullivan and Adler 1887-89 Auditorium Building, Sullivan & Adler, 1887
  14. 14. Auditorium Building
  15. 15. Auditorium Building
  16. 16. Auditorium Building, plan
  17. 17. Auditorium Building, section
  18. 18. Auditorium Building, interior <ul><li>“ Sulavanesque” ornament Auditorium Building, interior stage </li></ul>
  19. 19. Auditorium Building, interior stage
  20. 20. RELIANCE BUILDING (1891) Burnham and Root Reliance Building Burnham & Root 1891
  21. 21. Reliance, under construction
  22. 22. Reliance, curtain wall constructional diagram
  23. 23. Reliance, plan
  24. 24. Land Title Building Daniel Burnham 1897 Philadelphia - Burnham also did the one to the South in 1903 (Land Title Building) (Philadelphia) Daniel Burnham (1897)
  25. 25. “ If a building is properly designed, one should be able…to read through that building to the reason for the building….” “Instead of forcing the functions of every sort of building into one general form...let us begin from the heart as a nucleus and work out.” – Sullivan
  26. 26. “ Form follows function.” – Sullivan
  27. 27. CARSON, PIRIE, SCOTT (1899) Sullivan Carson Pirie Scott Department Store, Louis Sullivan 1899
  28. 28. Carson <ul><li>1891 drawing </li></ul>
  29. 29. Carson, plan
  30. 30. Carson
  31. 31. Carson
  32. 32. Carson
  33. 33. Carson
  34. 34. (Wanamaker Building 1902 Daniel Burnham)
  35. 35. Wanamaker
  36. 36. The Bourse, 1893 G W Hewitt
  37. 37. Reading Train Terminal facade, 1891

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