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The Rookery at 209 S. LaSalle St. was designed by Burham and Root and completed in 1888.  Frank Lloyd Wright redesigned the lobby in 1905.

The Rookery - John Root & Frank Lloyd Wright. I see influences of art nouveau, art deco mixed together, not yet FLWs clear signature yet, but still tentatively there (space is central).

Steampunk Tendencies  | The Staircase inside Burnham & Root’s Rookery Building, Chicago #Architecture #Victorian

The Staircase inside Burnham & Root’s Rookery Building, Chicago - via Steampunk Tendencies

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65+ Best Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture Collections

Ganz Hall. Auditorium Building, Chicago Illinois. 1889. Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler. Frank Lloyd Wright was a draftsman for this project.

Ganz Hall, Roosevelt University Auditorium Building - Portfolio Of Restoration & Original Design

The lobby of the landmark Rookery Building, redesigned by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1905

Floor looking at skylite - Rookery Building / 209 South LaSalle Street Chicago, IL / 1905 / Frank Lloyd Wright

Chicago Rookery - Angie McMonigal Photography by Angie McMonigal, via Flickr

The Rookery Interior Chicago, Illinois Photographs are available for purchase - call or email to inquire about pricing.

Burnham & Root, The Rookery Building. Frank Lloyd Wright renovated the Light Court in 1905 ( he did not touch the Oriel Staircase, that is Root's original design and installation). The Rookery, Chicago | Redesigned By M

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Burnham & Root, The Rookery Building. Frank Lloyd Wright renovated the Light Court in 1905 ( he did not touch the Oriel Staircase, that is Root's original design and installation). The Rookery, Chicago

Playroom Grille Poster; $15.00

We also went to Frank Lloyd Wright's Home and Studio in Oak Park while we were in Chicago.

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Image 15 of 24 from gallery of AD Classics: Unity Temple / Frank Lloyd Wright.

An Insider’s Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House Photos | Architectural Digest

An Insider’s Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House

A four-year renovation has restored Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House to its original splendor

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim (1959), New York City

Guggenheim Museum / 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York / / Frank Lloyd Wright

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