brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
The Chicago Magazine assignment about brutalist architecture had me shooting around Chicago’s loop, southside and even one suburb. I’ve shared separate posts from River City and the Regenstein Library, they were definitely my favorites of the seven locations. For the remaining five, I’ll share them all in this post. First up, my next favorite, the Science & Engineering building at the University of Illinois.
brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
brutalist architecture, Science and Engineering Offices, University of Illinois at Chicago
The next location takes us to the burbs, the Daily Herald in Arlington Heights.
daily herald, brutalist architecture
daily herald, brutalist architecture
daily herald, brutalist architecture
Next up 55 West Wacker.
55 West Wacker, brutalist architecture
55 West Wacker, brutalist architecture
Then the Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center.
Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center, brutalist architecture
Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center, brutalist architecture
Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center, brutalist architecture
And, finally, the Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist. This was, by far, the most difficult to shoot. It’s probably the smallest building of the seven, with fewer areas to work with but here are a couple I managed.
Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist, brutalist architecture
Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist, brutalist architecture
 
If you’d like to see the feature that was in last November’s issue, you can head over here for the online version to read a bit about brutalist architecture and see which images the editors chose.

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