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An Art Deco gem


The Chicago architecture blog designslinger has a nice feature today on the Chicago Daily News Building, where I worked for five years for my previous employer. It's a wonderfully gracious building (and an engineering marvel - built on top of eight working railroad lines), though I'm still waiting for the owner (ahem) to put the renowned ceiling mural back into the concourse, where it belongs.

July 2, 2012 in Chicago Observations, History | Permalink