Includes links to varied, non-business, architectural resources located within the City of Chicago. Sites may include but not limited to: architectural foundations, personal pages focused on the city's architecture, associations, famous names, landscape architecture, and related material.
Images and information about some of the more well-known buildings in Chicago.
Alternative multi-disciplinary design school that includes admission information and student projects in alternative architecture and design.
A commercial gallery of architectural art in the city, which specializes in original drawings by architects and industrial designers, historic and modern.
Listing of architecture tours, exhibits, lectures and education offered, plus membership and volunteer information.
libraries, museums, and other institutions that work to preserve and show the history and culture of Chicago. Historical maps and views, recent images including aerial photographs, style guide. Searchable.
An on-line tour of historic buildings via clickable map or list from the National Parks Service. Photographs and potted histories with notes on whether the building is open to the public.
Includes photos, statistics and background information on skyscrapers at least 12 stories high.
Seeks to nurture and enrich an informed and creative public dialogue concerning architecture and the built environment. Offers information on lecture and exhibition programs at the Madlener House.
Provides professional management of the city's public construction projects. Includes history, project overviews, board actions, financial and annual reports, press releases, and resources regarding working with the PBC.
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