The 38-foot wide dome above the south room of Chicago's Cultural Center made of 30 thousand pieces of Tiffany glass, most shaped as fish scales. This room originally used to be the reading room of Chicago's public library (before it was relocated down to State St). This artwork is magnificent. I need to get back... Continue Reading →

A bronze statue of a cow in front of the Chicago Cultural Center. If you scan the QR code on the sidewalk in front of it, it will moo at you! In early 2000's there was a nomadic display of cow status across Chicago. All sorts of cow statues with varying colors and designs. This... Continue Reading →

I went to the Chicago Cultural Center over lunch to take some architectural pics inside. Had heard that the place was really nice, ornate, with posh inlays, marble and woodwork. As soon as I walked into the lobby I heard a live piano play, so after checking in with a concierge and finding out that... Continue Reading →

#SeeingRedSeries Standing at the corner of Chicago's Metropolitan Correction Center, well if you can call it a corner (?), which I wrote about in one of my other posts this week. New York has its famous "Flatiron" and Chicago has...well, ... this! I wonder, if the makers of Harry Potter movies looked at this building... Continue Reading →

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