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History Class 6 Mackintosh / Glasgow School; Adler and Sullivan; Chicago School; Frank Lloyd Wright. Part 1

History Class 6 Mackintosh / Glasgow School; Adler and Sullivan; Chicago School; Frank Lloyd Wright. Part 1

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  1. History Class 6 Mackintosh / Glasgow School;Adler and Sullivan;Chicago School;Frank Lloyd Wright. Part 1

  2. Class Logistics Midterm in 2 weeks Lecture Week 6

  3. Charles Rennie Mackintosh

  4. House for an Art Lover (1901)

  5. House for an Art Lover. (1901) built 1996

  6. Hill House (1903)

  7. Hill House Interior

  8. Daily Record Building. Glasgow (1901)

  9. Mackintosh Chair (1904)

  10. Glasgow School of Art. Model (1909)

  11. Glasgow School of Art. Library

  12. Glasgow School of Art (1909)

  13. Glasgow School of Art. 1909

  14. Mackintosh Illustration Work

  15. Macintosh Jewelry

  16. Three Studios in Chelsea. (1920)

  17. William Le Baron Jenney Chicago “establishment” architect. Pioneer of steel frame construction in his Fair Store of 1892.

  18. William Lebaron Jenney. First Leiter Building. Chicago. 1879

  19. William Lebaron Jenney. Home Insurance Building. 1883

  20. The Rookery. 1886. Chicago. John Wellborn Root. (Burnham and Root) A transitional structure in the evolution of modern architecture, the Rookery Building employs both masonry wall-bearing and skeletal frame construction techniques. It takes its name from a temporary City Hall and water tank that stood on the site following the Fire of 1871. A favorite roost for pigeons, these structures were referred to as "the rookery."

  21. The Rookery. 1886. Chicago. John Wellborn Root. Interior

  22. William Lebaron Jenney. Manhattan Building. Chicago. 1891

  23. Fair Building. 1891. William Lebaron Jenney

  24. Fair Building. 1891. Structural Systems

  25. Otis Elevator. 1853

  26. Louis Sullivan

  27. Louis Sullivan “I should say that it would bee greatly for our aesthetic good if we should refrain entirely from the use of ornament for a period of years in order that our thought might concentrate acutely upon the production of buildings well formed and comely in the nude. We should thus perforce eschew many undesirable things, and learn by contrast how effective it is to think in a natural, favorous and wholesome way. We shall have learned however, that ornament is mentally a luxury, not a necessity, for we shall have discerned the limitations as well as the great value of unadorned masses. We have in us romanticism, and feel a craving to express it. We feel intuitively that our strong, athletic, and simple forms will carry with natural ease the raiment of which we dream” - Louis Sullivan. Ornament inArchitecture. 1892

  28. Chicago Fire, etc. Chicago downtown destroyed by fire in 1871. O’leary’s cow…. Adler and Sullivan preoccupied with rebuilding chicago.

  29. Babson House (1907)

  30. Chicago Auditorium 1887-89

  31. Chicago Auditorium. Adler and Sullivan.

  32. Floating Foundation System

  33. Walt Whitman

  34. Bradley House

  35. Wainwright Mausoleum. 1892.

  36. Wainwright Building. 1891. St. Louis.

  37. Wainwright Building (Detail)

  38. Wainwright Building - Detail

  39. Guaranty Building. 1895

  40. Carson Pirie Scott Building. 1889-94

  41. Carson Pirie Scott Building

  42. Columbian Exposition – Burnham and Root. 1893.

  43. Columbian Exposition

  44. Columbian Exposition

  45. Daniel Burnham. Proposed Civic Center.

  46. Flatiron Building. NY. Daniel Burnham. 1902

  47. Monadnock Building. 1884-92. Chicago. Burnham and Root

  48. Ansonia Hotel. New York. 1904.Graves and Doboy.

  49. Old Colony Building.1893-94. Holabird and Roche

  50. Old Colony Building.1893-94. Holabird and Roche