The building is on a triangular flat on the East Bank of the Chicago River. The River elevation is semi-cylindrical and the curve is gentle, which makes it also show an unusual attitude in the high-rise city of Chicago. The outer wall at the bottom is decorated with granite and marble, and the green glass curtain wall at the top. Blue sky, white clouds and Chicago River water are reflected on it. It's absolutely beautiful.
Located at the intersection of the Chicago River, the elevated bridge below connects to the riverbank from a high place with sloping cross-section steps, while a huge glass curtain wall building behind balances the surrounding environment with an arc. The building is very implicit when the light penetrates in the evening, and the switching of different LED scenes from late at night adds a dynamic and changeable feeling.
Building 333 is the most famous one. The lights at night are very beautiful. The huge glass walls are all beautifully designed.
Looking like a convex lens, the reflecting light is very strong, and the architecture different from the traditional thinking can be seen outside.
The glass exterior wall is like a huge mirror, projecting the surrounding buildings, and the curved appearance goes with the river!
No. 333 Wake Avenue is a landmark building. The hotels here are all luxurious five-star hotels with sound internal facilities.
High-rise buildings, so you can not catch your eyes, modern city