Ask ChicagoNow: What is the most interesting Chicago building?

Ask ChicagoNow: What is the most interesting Chicago building?

ChicagoNow is a group of bloggers from all sorts of different backgrounds.

With so much collective experience, we’ve decided to put that knowledge to use by posing some of the oldest and most popular questions to the group.

What is the most interesting Chicago building?

“I love the bold, red boutique ikram in the Loop on Huron St. Also, the Chicago Cultural Center has so many interesting features to discover inside.” — Sher BonDurant, On Tap in the Windy City

“The most interesting and beautiful building in Chicago has the be the Adler Planetarium. The art deco building, that is now a National Historic Landmark, has a 12 sided polygon base with a beautiful dome sitting on top. Depending on the time of day the rainbow granite can look pink to gold to gray. Not only was it the first public planetarium in America, but the architect was Ernest Grunsfeld, grandfather to Chicagoan and former astronaut John Grunsfeld.” — Sophie Sanchez, Cosmic Chicago

“It is actually in Schaumburg, but the Zürich North American Headquarters is so interesting to look at.” — Susan Schulhof, Looking for the Good

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