Spertus Institute, Michigan Avenue, Chicago. This building features interconnected interior spaces and a one-of-a-kind, ten-story faceted window wall built from 726 individual pieces of glass in 556 different shapes. A 6700 square-foot green roof (planted with special vegetation) manages storm water, absorbs air pollution, and keeps the building cool in the summer.

Spertus Institute, Michigan Avenue, Chicago by Krueck & Sexton Architects.

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When Old Becomes New

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True Blue, Pre-Fall 2012: Macadam Diva

modern blue glass building- triangle windows similar to how i want my structure.