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Adler & Sullivan's Urban Remains

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:45 AM
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by Eric last modified Dec 21, 2010

Debbie B. sent us word that a matching pair of extremely rare skylight art glass windows from Adler & Sullivan's Chicago Stock Exchange Building (now lost) are being sold at Urban Remains, a Chicago-based architectural salvage company. These probably cost a king's ransom, but all I can think about is how sad they couldn't stay where they belong. If you want to experience what they once looked like in place, visit the Trading Room floor...




 

 

Picture 6 Debbie B. sent us word that a matching pair of extremely rare skylight art glass windows from Adler & Sullivan's Chicago Stock Exchange Building (now lost) are being sold at Urban Remains, a Chicago-based architectural salvage company. These probably cost a king's ransom, but all I can think about is how sad they couldn't stay where they belong. If you want to experience what they once looked like in place, visit the Trading Room floor installation at the Chicago Art Institute—it's amazing and heartbreaking all at the same time.

Image credit: Urban Remains


 

 

 
 
 

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