Home to the world’s first skyscrapers and noted for its innovations in engineering and architectural design, Chicago rebounded from the Great Fire of 1871 in style. Architects John T. Long and Frank Lloyd Wright, and firms such as Burnham & Root, Rapp & Rapp, and Holabird & Roche - to name but a few - left their mark upon the city’s skyline. An aesthetically diverse collection of styles came together in (now historic) buildings that rub shoulders with distinctly modern structures created over the last hundred-some years. Chicago’s architectural identity continues its bold evolution to this day. 12" x 26" open.