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Farnsworth House, Plano
1950
Mies van der Rohe, Architect
Farnsworth House
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Illinois Building
A challenege for this world-famous house is how to protect the building from floods. The Fox River is close by and the lawns above which this Modern home ‘floats’ are increasingly prone to flooding.

Illinois Building – Latest Design

WIU Theater, Macomb
Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects
WIU Theater Illinois
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WIU Theater
The new Western Illinois University Performing Arts Center is located on the Macomb, Illinois campus. The building comprises two brick-clad wings connected by a two-story, glass-walled gallery. The building will contain a 250-seat theater with thrust stage, a 150-seat studio theater and a 1,400-seat proscenium theater.

Major Illinois Projects

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Illinois Buildings, USA. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the state. The focus is on contemporary Illinois buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Illinois Architecture, alphabetical:

860-880 Lake Shore Apartments, Chicago
1948-51
Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Chicago Federal Center, Chicago
1974
Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Chicago O’Hare International Airport – Part Redevelopment
2000-04
Murphy/Jahn Architects

Crown Hall + IIT Masterplan, Chicago
1940-
Mies van der Rohe, Architect
Illinois Building

Farnsworth House, Plano
1950
Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Fordham Spire, Chicago
2006-10
Santiago Calatrava Architects

The Ford House, Aurora, Illinois
1947
Bruce Goff Architect

Frank Lloyd Wright Residence, 951 Chicago Avenue, Oak Park
1889
Frank Lloyd Wright

Frederick C. Robie House, Chicago
1906
Frank Lloyd Wright

HALO Headquarters, Niles
1998-2000
Murphy/Jahn Architects

IBM Building, Chicago
1971
Mies van der Rohe, Architect

Illinois Holocaust Museum
2009
Tigerman McCurry Architects
Illinois Holocaust Museum
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Illinois Holocaust Museum

Inland Steel Building, Chicago
1958
Skidmore Owings Merrill Architects

Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Synagogue, Evanston
2008
ross barney architects
Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation Synagogue
photo : Steve Hall © Hedrich Blessing

Jewish Synagogue

John Deere Headquarters, Moline
1964
Eero Saarinen

McCormick Tribune Campus Center – IIT
2003
Rem Koolhaas Architects / OMA

Millennium Park Music Pavilion and Great Lawn

Gehry Partners

Museum of Bond Vehicles and Espionage, Momence
Gensler, architects
Bond Museum Illinois
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Bond Museum Illinois

Robie House, 5757 Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright

Sears Tower, Wacker Drive, Chicago
1973
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Chicago building

The Sporting Club at Illinois Center
1987-90
Kisho Kurokawa

Unity Church, 875 Lake Street, Oak Park
1904
Frank Lloyd Wright

University of Chicago Hospitals – New Pavilion
2010
Rafael Vinoly Architects
University of Chicago building
image from Rafael Viñoly Architects

Ward W. Willets House, Highland Park
1901
Frank Lloyd Wright

William H. Winslow House, River Forest
1893
Frank Lloyd Wright

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Frank Lloyd Wright

Chicago Spire – proposed skyscraper

Hans Hollein – Education: Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA: 1959

Illinois Office Building : HSBC North American Headquarters, Mettawa

Illinois HQ Building, Moline : Eero Saarinen

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