A local landmark building, OK, but you need to know some allusions to have a feeling.
This is the tallest commercial building built with bricks in the world and the tallest office building with load-bearing walls in the world. An example of Chicago school design, the name of the building comes from a mountain peak in the plains of New Hampshire. It is the tallest commercial building built with bricks in the world and the first building to use a wind-resistant doorway system.
Chicago architecture jewel. North end in masonry construction and south end, blending perfectly, in later steel support technique. Staircases beautiful.Currently building used by upscale boutiques to offices. You may walk through the retail floor during business hours and see its details at your leisure.
This proto-skyscraper was briefly the world's tallest building & largest office building when it was completed in late 1800s. Its lower walls are a result of its masonry construction, not steel & concrete like skyscrapers. The lobby is preserved beautifully & the old school shops on the ground floor bring out its history.
This is the tallest brick-built house in the world, and a height of about 200 meters is considered taller in the continental United States. The color of the brick wall is relatively deep and deep. When the sun sets, the yellow interior lighting of the residents in the windows is particularly soft. At the beginning of the construction, many people criticized him for being too avant-garde, but now, she has the shadow of classicism.