Thursday, August 26, 2010

Slice of Life: Curving Stripes

It wasn't the best weather when I took this picture of 333 Wacker Drive, but I don't walk past this building as often as I'd like.  Everyone knows that the curving facade follows the confluence of the Chicago River and the North Branch of the same.  For me it has special meaning because this was my first assignment as a professional architectural photographer.  Everyone else should remember it as the location of Ferris Bueller's father's office.

More about 333 Wacker Drive here.

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