In 1959, Chicago’s City Hall building was completed, bringing an end to a building boom that had been fueled by its design.
But the building’s legacy also laid dormant, for some time.
For the next six decades, Chicago was plagued by a housing crisis and the Great Depression, and the city’s buildings were struggling to attract buyers.
In the mid-1950s, the city and architects began to think about what the future might hold for the building.
They turned to the Bausch Building as a starting point.
The Bausches, the largest and oldest of the city-owned buildings in Chicago, was built as a museum, with the view of the River and the Chicago skyline as its backdrop.
It opened in 1949 as the city became one of the most expensive places to live in the United States.
As a result, the building attracted much attention, with its iconic windows and stained glass windows, and its distinctive building facade.
Architect Carl W. Bauch of Chicago’s architectural firm, Bauches & Hoppe, designed the building for its historic and eclectic style.
He was inspired by the cityscape, its architecture and the Baunches’ architectural style.
In addition to a central courtyard, the Baumarchans were also interested in creating a central public space.
In an interview with The New York Times, architect W.C. Baun and the architects, who were also members of the Chicago Council on Historical and Architectural Affairs, described their initial conceptual plan for the Baehaus: “The building would be a museum with an expansive public courtyard, a public space that would have a central plaza, a pedestrian plaza, and a building with a public roof.”
W. C. Baugher, the architect responsible for designing the building, said that the central plaza would be built on the building in order to connect with the city, but that the design was still being refined.
“We had to do things in terms of our building, in terms that were appropriate to our time, in order for it to be a permanent structure,” he said.
“But the plaza was also an extension of the building.”
By the time the Baughers were ready to complete the building and install it in 1950, the City Hall was already one of Chicagos largest and most recognizable landmarks.
It was also the location of the City Council, which was responsible for the citys transportation system.
Bauschen’s design also attracted the attention of a number of architects, including Walter Benjamin, the most famous architect of the 20th century.
Benjamin had already designed several of Chicagoans most recognizable buildings, including the Sears Tower and the Wrigley Field stadium.
In his book, The New Bauchtins, Benjamin described the building as a “unique” example of a Bauhaus design: “I like the idea of an extraordinary building of this kind, built in a building that was an extraordinary kind of building.
And I think it was an ideal building to build the Chicago Museum of Art.”
He wrote that the building “resembles in some ways the structure of the Sears Building, and in some respects the structure that the Wigmore Building had, and I think that in that respect the Büches’ building represents an outstanding example of this building.”
When the Bässchen building was finished, it had been built by a partnership of the architects and the City of Chicago, who also designed a museum in the building (the Chicago Public Library).
After the Buhmans had left the Bensons, Chicagoans started to ask for a Baushaus building that would be more open, and better connected to the city.
A building that didn’t need a large courtyard and that had a public plaza was a natural choice.
The Chicago Architecture center was founded in 1949 to promote architecture and urban planning in the city in order “to bring more people to Chicago, to bring more life into our cities and to make our city better.”
By 1954, the center had received more than 400 applications for proposals for buildings, and it had developed a building design.
In 1955, the Chicago Architecture group won a competition to design a new Baushaus building, and that design was the Bauckelhaus.
The building was to be built with steel, glass, and wood, and would be made of concrete.
“It would be open, but the structure was to have a glass roof,” Bauchen said.
The architects went back to Bauscho to design the structure, and they were surprised by the results.
“You couldn’t have imagined that when the building was chosen that it would be the B-shaped building,” Bauschan said.
And then, in 1958, the architects took another look at the Bumarchans’ original plans, and realized that the Buches’ building could be made with steel instead.
Steel and concrete were