Patton & Miller
George Smith Patton, Jr. (November 11, 1885 – December 21, 1945) was a United States Army general, who commanded the Seventh United States Army in the Mediterranean and European Theaters of World War ...
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Burnham and Root
Burnham and Root was one of Chicago's most famous architectural companies of the nineteenth century. It was established by John Wellborn Root and Daniel Hudson Burnham.During their eighteen years of ...
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Martin A. Carr
Martin A. Carr was an Irish born architect, educated in England who was well known for his designs of Chicago area churches. His designs include:An avid reader of British art and Gothic Revivalist Joh...
Joseph W. McCarthy
Joseph William McCarthy, AIA, was an architect in the early 20th century most famous for his work on buildings for the Roman Catholic Church. He was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, on June 22, 1884, ...
James J. Egan
James J. Egan, FAIA, (1839, Cork, Ireland—December 2, 1914, Chicago, Illinois) was an Irish-American architect and fellow of the American Institute of Architects practicing in Chicago, Illinois. He wa...
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Rapp and Rapp
The architectural firm Rapp and Rapp was active in Chicago, Illinois during the early 20th century. The brothers Cornelius Ward Rapp (1861-1926) and George Leslie Rapp (1878–1942) of Carbondale, Illi...
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Holabird & Root
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Henry Schlacks
Henry J. Schlacks (July 4, 1867 – January 6, 1938) was an ecclesiologist from Chicago, Illinois, considered by many to be the finest of Chicago's church architects. Schlacks trained at MIT and i...
Studio Gang Architects
Studio Gang Architects is an architecture and urban design firm with offices in Chicago and New York. Founded by MacArthur fellow Jeanne Gang in 1997, the studio is known for its focus on sustainabili...
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Krueck and Sexton Architects
Krueck and Sexton Architects is an architecture practice in Chicago, Illinois, United States, founded by Ron Krueck and Mark Sexton in 1979. Tom Jacobs was named the third principal in 2011.
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Chicago Metallic Corporation
Chicago Metallic Corporation (founded 1893) is a major global provider of architectural building products and service - including metal panels and ceiling system, suspended grid systems, and acoustica...
Masdar City
Masdar City (Arabic: مدينة مصدر‎, Madīnat Maṣdar) is an arcology project in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates. Its core is a planned city, which is being built by Masdar, a subsidiary o...
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D. H. Burnham & Company
D.H. Burnham and Company of was an architecture firm based in Chicago, Illinois. As successor to Burnham and Root, the name was changed once John Root died in 1891. Root was the chief consulting arch...
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Lucien Lagrange Architects
Lucien Lagrange & Associates or Lucien Lagrange Architects is an architecture firm founded by Lucien Lagrange in 1985. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2010. The company is located ...
Adler & Sullivan
Adler is a surname of German origin meaning eagle, and has a frequency in the United Kingdom of less than 0.004%, and of 0.008% in the United States.In Christian iconography, the eagle is the symbol o...
Walter W. Ahlschlager
Walter William Ahlschlager (July 19, 1887 – March 28, 1965) was a 20th-century American architect who had his offices in Chicago for many years. In 1940, he established an office in Dallas, Texas. He ...
Cobb and Frost
Cobb and Frost was an American architectural firm. Cobb and Frost was founded in Chicago, Illinois by Henry Ives Cobb and Charles Sumner Frost in 1882. The firm was dissolved in 1889 when Cobb began ...
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William J. Brinkmann
William J. Brinkmann (1874 - 24 February 1911, Chicago), sometimes spelled Brinkman, was an architect most well known for his work designing Chicago area churches. A son of German immigrants, he was ...
Jumeirah Garden City
The master plan of Jumeirah Garden City refers to the re-development of a 9,000,000-square-metre (97,000,000 sq ft) land area, conceptualized to be a part of the 2015 strategic plan for Duba...