haven’t posted in a while! school has been pretty hectic. here’s some class notes on respiratory disorders & a pic of the cartier store in chicago i took last summer (knowing that i could never afford anything from here)
i chose my junior schedule this week! i chose h precalc/trig, h german III, ap stats, ap lit, ap ush, and ap bio. i am NOT looking forward to ap bio since i cheated my way through regular bio in the 8th grade lmao … but it was my only choice other than regular physics. we’ll see how it goes.
Auditorium Building Stained Glass by Jeff Reuben Via Flickr: The Auditorium Building, now Roosevelt University, was the largest structure of its kind in America at the time of its completion in 1890. Designed by Dankmar Adler (1844-1900) and Louis H. Sullivan (1856-1924), the 4,237-seat theater, hotel, and office building earned a national reputation for their firm.
Source: Historic American Building Survey (HABS), Addendum to report No. ILL-1007
With direction from Sullivan, the windows were executed in 1889 by the renowned stained-glass firm of George Healy and Louis Millet, which won acclaim in Europe for its designs. It is also rumored that Sullivan’s protege Frank Lloyd Wright had a hand in the designs. Wright, who called Sullivan “master,” was his right-hand man before setting out on his own and had a particular interest in stained glass that continued throughout his career.
Source: Chicago Tribune, “Artful Glass”, 27 November 2000