Early Louis Sullivan
Building Photographs

Crombie Taylor and
Jeffrey Plank

As the first important designer of skyscrapers, Louis Sullivan was one of America’s most influential architects. His beautifully detailed buildings helped transform Chicago into the epitome of the American City. This elegant over-sized monograph reproduces for the first time a treasure-trove from the architects’s archive, which document Sullivan’s pivotal structures and interiors. This is the most extensive survey of Sullivan’s building photographs ever produced.

12.5”x 15.25” cloth binding, 250 pp., 2001;


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