Speaking of Architecture in Chicago
Built to blend in and stand out.
The new landmark Apple Store in Chicago. A three story glass cube, with rounded corners, that cascades from Michigan Avenue down to the River. It fits in, looks like it belongs there, and blows your socks off when you see it. You can look through it, and miss it or see it. A wonderful example of how we can still design and build amazing structures in this country.
Have you seen it?
I haven't seen it and hadn't even known about it but after seeing your photos I love it.ReplyDelete
interesting. but I would rather eat at the billy goat tavern underneath the michigan avenue bridge. I h8 crapple.ReplyDelete
My one and only visit to Billy Goat ended in a panic attack. I thought you were opposed to hate?Delete
I was the one with the panic.Delete
I am, but crapple is an inanimate object that does not have a face/think/feelings. it's a phone, a computer, a watch. not human.Delete
awwww, poor sweet bear! :(
Nope. The one and only time I was in Chicago was in 1976. This is not worth my jumping, I mean hobbling, onto a plane and visiting.ReplyDelete
Faaaaaabulous! The balcony is genius.ReplyDelete
I live here in the city, and I have still yet to see it.ReplyDelete
This is impressive yes.ReplyDelete