On Michigan Avenue in Chicago, facing Buckingham Fountain, there is a ten-storey building, Auditorium Building, translated as "Hall Building" or "Auditorium Building". It's not very noticeable in the skyscrapers on Michigan Avenue. The grey appearance, three low arches, with more obscure side doors. Despite being insignificant, there are quite a few people here. The main entrance (arch) is Roosevelt University, which can be visited. Side doors enter the headquarters of the famous Chicago Symphony Orchestra, where people with cassettes on their backs go in and out, and you may come across a musician by accident. The internal elevator is also old-fashioned. The following pictures show the interior of the Hall Building.
Square stone houses are distinctive in their architecture.
This is the typical American mansion style, so many columns make people feel particularly magnificent.
The Hall Building is a historic building, which integrates many functional areas of different styles, including exhibition halls and opera houses.
Because we go to Chicago every year, we will see more moderate and luxurious buildings in Chicago.
Their hall building is much better than ours at a glance. It's not so spectacular in our country.
In downtown, the old buildings and the new buildings are intertwined with each other, which is especially impressive.
The scene is much more powerful than the photo. It's worth seeing.
It's delicious. I like it very much. It's delicious.
World-renowned architects Louis Sullivan and Dankmar Adler designed the auditorium theatre (No. 50 East Parliament Avenue) and the Hall Building (No. 430 South Michigan Avenue), which is famous for its iron frame, amazing decoration and almost perfect sound effects.