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The Rookery building in the heart of Chicago’s financial district stands testimony to the resilience and creative spirit of late-nineteenth century Chicago. In 1905, seeking to modernize the interior public spaces of The Rookery, Edward C. Waller, the building’s manager, hired Frank Lloyd Wright.  The Rookery commission resulted in one of the most luxurious interiors of Wright’s career. In The Rookery light court, Wright demonstrated an ability to skillfully integrate his own design into an existing design without diminishing the original.

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