343 South Dearborn Street
The Chicago Loop
ARCHITECT (Original Structure) 1896
D.H. Burnham and Company
Charles Atwood, Partner-in-Charge of Design
E.C. Shankland, Engineer
ARCHITECT (Addition) 1907
Peter Weber with E.C. and R.M. Shankland Engineers
ARCHITECT (Lobby Renovation) 1920 (unconfirmed)
Pioneer Fireproof Construction Company
Northwestern Terra Cotta Company
Rittenhouse & Embree Company
Evans Marble Comopany
Frank L. Davis
Winslow Brothers Company
L.H. Prentice Company
Grimshaw Company and General Electric
P. F. Corbin
Historic American Buildings Survey.
Charles Bowler Atwood
The Village Green
The credits are just the beginning. Each has a story. Over the next few weeks we will be looking at the Fisher's structural innovations, its fireproofing, elevators, and interior finishes. It's expression of the Chicago School of Architecture. And its personal stories. But today, we celebrate the FISH.....
Lucius Fisher, I think, must have had quite a sense of humor. Fish... Fisher.... Get it ??
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