Chicago is certainly a city of beautiful buildings. Steely skyscrapers dominate the skyline of the Loop. Elegant apartment buildings are scattered throughout neighborhoods like Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast. Edgy, arty lofts can be found in neighborhoods like Bucktown and Wicker Park. And many of Chicago’s museums and administrative buildings double as awe inspiring works of architecture.
There is so much great architecture in Chicago, in fact, that it can sometimes be hard to appreciate all of the architectural beauty of the buildings in Chicago.
For that reason, we’ve decided to feature a few of our favorite architectural triumphs on the CondoDomain blog this month. This week, we’ll be taking a closer look at our first architectural triumph:
The Miller House. This mid century modern masterpiece was designed by renowned architects Eero Saarinen, Alexander Girard and Daley Kiley. The building is actually located in Columbus, Indiana, but Saarinen, Girard, and Kiley spent most of their time working on the project in Chicago. Tours of the Miller House are available daily.
For more of Chicago’s architectural triumphs, keep checking the CondoDomain blog regularly!