900 West Randolph street, Chicago, Illinois, USA


Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, this 151 m tall high-rise boasting 43 floors is Chicago tallest building west of Halsted street.

The building is built in the Chicago school style with “exaggerated channels and beams” inspired by Mies van der Rohe, and a slender profile to preserve the sightlines of other buildings. Other architectural elements include a brick street front and riveted steel detailing. The exterior facade of glass and metal was inspired by Chicago infrastructure, while the interior is in the mid-century modern style.

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3D Rendering:   Thomas Chadail
Production:        Binyan Studios
Architects:         Morris Adjmi Architects
Developer:        Related Companies


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