Experience Chicago’s Architecture Through Pictures

Chicago is one of the world’s great cities, a modern metropolis with a diversity of thought, community, and culture unmatched by almost every city around the globe.  With so many ways to experience the city, sometimes the most poignant and effective method is to see the city through the eyes of one of its residents–or a newcomer to town.

A picture is worth a thoudand words.  Let the city of Chicago tell you its stories through photographs from Flickr.

These photos were taken by Rick Ligthelm:

Illinois Center designed by Fujikawa Johnson
An image of The Illinois Center, via Flickr

 

Park in Chicago
A Monument in Millennium Park in Chicago, via Flickr

 

Building in Chicago
Buildings along Wacker Drive, designed by KPF, Kohn Pedersen Fox via Flickr

These images not only reflect the power of Chicago finance, they display its amazing architecture as living, breathing monuments to the city’s creativity.

Stay tuned for more views of Chicago through images of its residents and visitors.

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