Chicago, Illinois

In 1953 noted architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed two residential towers adjacent to his early modern icons at 860-880 Lake Shore Drive. Unlike the steel-framed earlier tower, 900/910 was designed and constructed utilizing a flat-slab concrete structural system.

In 1995 the condominium association retained Eifler and Associates to design and oversee the construction of a kiosk to provide a sheltered stair to the below-grade parking. Every effort was made to incorporate the new structure with the aesthetic of the older buildings, but in a manner that made the most use of contemporary, durable steel finishes, glass and curtain wall systems.

The Brooks Building,   223 W Jackson Blvd.  Suite 1000,  Chicago, Illinois 60606        T 312.362.0180        F 312.362.0112
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