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Fine Arts Building explore the interiors

Designed by Solon S. Bemen in 1886, with top three floors added in 1898, as a showroom and factory for the Studebaker Carriage Company. Converted to studios for artists, musicians and architects and renamed the Fine Arts Building in 1898. Romanesque style of architecture, made popular by Henry Hobson Richardson. Bemen also designed the town of Pullman, now part of Chicago’s South side, a model company town. Ride the manually operated lifts to the top floor and walk down. Prepare to be amazed.


410 s michigan ave
chicago il

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