Tribune Tower. At the northern end of the Michigan Avenue Bridge in Chicago, "a magnificent mile" begins. The Forum Building and the Wrigley Tower across the street stand like a gate at the "magnificent mile" street corner. Chicago Tribune Building has four main points of view - "1, this is a Gothic building, the building is magnificent and magnificent, the details of decorative carvings are exquisite. Second, the building's exterior wall decoration uses many special stones, such as the remnants of the Great Wall of China, the debris of the World Trade Center in New York, the bricks of the French church destroyed in World War II, the Egyptian pyramid stones, and so on, as well as a piece of moon rock displayed in the hall. Third, the statue in front of the building, Nathan Hale 1755 - 1776, was a hero who died during the American Revolutionary War. The first spy in the history of the United States, who had obtained many information from the British army, was captured and killed by the British army. He was only 21 years old when he was in justice. Fourthly, the Chicago Tribune has a "smart number" in the outside window of the building. If you click on "photograph", it can automatically take pictures of you, and generate a page of the Chicago Tribune. Put your picture on the front page, and there is a text description (you visit the news of Chicago). Intelligent Number" Email by entering your email address. On the first floor of Forum Building, there is "Teahouse" (Argo Tea), which provides tea (American tea), coffee and snacks. I'm tired of walking. Take a rest.
The Chicago Tribune Building, located at the north end of the Michigan Avenue Bridge, is a Gothic high-rise building, known as Chicago's most beautiful office building. The building is very distinctive. It is said that the exterior walls are pasted with building fragments from more than 100 countries in the world, including the stone fragments of the Great Wall of China. When we arrived here, the interior of the building was not open to visitors, so we could only see its appearance. Standing in front of the building, I wondered if the Chicago Tribune, as a traditional paper medium, could continue its brilliance at the dawn of the digital age. Does such a large building need to consider doing something else?
Stop in the hall of the Forum Building.... You'll notice all the literary quotations on the inner walls. If you are lucky enough, one of the "guards" in charge of reception here will tell you its history. Outside the buildings are interesting relics and relics left behind by famous buildings and sites around the world... You need time to take a good look at them.
Chicago Tribune Building, known as the "most beautiful office building", is the most Gothic Revival style building. Its exterior is decorated with flying floods and beast heads. In addition to the building's own architectural style, another striking feature of the building is that the walls are inlaid with building fragments from all over the world, two of which are from China.
This is a pretty cool building to check out in Chicago. You will find incorporated into the lower levels of the tower many relics from the world's most famous buildings: rocks and bricks from the Taj Mahal, the Parthenon, the Great Wall of China, Angkor Wat, Hagia Sofia, the Grand Pyramid... just to name a few. Those souvenirs where brought back by the Tribune's correspondents prior to it's construction in 1925.
The Tribune building is right up my alley, a Franken-style structure featuring Art Deco and gothic influences. The top of the building was inspired by the French Rouen cathedral (no wonder why I love it!). I was particularly taken with the bizarre homage to famous structures around the world at the ground level, which you can see stones from numerous worldwide attractions.
One of my favorite buildings in Chicago. This gothic wonder was the winner in an architecture design contest and was built in the early 1900s. i was lucky enough to work in the building in 2011. Walk all around the base to see the special 'stones' from around the world. If you're lucky...get in and up to see the amazing view from the 22nd floor patio.
The exterior of the Chicago Tribune Tower has pieces of other buildings adorning its outside walls. It's pretty cool to see pieces of one of the Giza pyramids, Edinburgh Castle and other historically significant pieces of architecture on this building in downtown Chicago. Helpful Tip: Rumor has it that a piece of moon rock until NASA repossessed it.
The exterior walls of Tribune Tower are inlaid with stones and building materials from various places. There are the Forbidden City, the Yuanmingyuan, the World Trade Center after 911, the most immoral thing is that there is a tombstone on the wall, I don't know where they got it. A local man saw us taking pictures and asked us what was on the wall.