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See Article History Alternative Title: Frank Lloyd Wright apprenticed for six years with Sullivan at the firm. His Autobiography was published shortly before he died. Chicago's rooftop sites; Auditorium BuildingA discussion of Chicago's rooftop sites, including the observation deck at the Auditorium Building; the building was designed by Louis Sullivan.
His Irish-born father and Swiss-born mother had immigrated to the United States in andrespectively, and were married in Their older son, Albert Walter, was born in When his parents moved to Chicago inSullivan stayed behind with his grandparents and later with neighbours, commuting to school in Boston.
In September he entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technologywhich had the first architectural school in the United States founded He discussed his ideas in New York City with Richard Morris Huntone of the fashionable architects of the day and the first American to study architecture at the Beaux-Arts.
Hunt suggested he work with the Philadelphia firm of Furness and Hewitt. Sullivan was hired, staying for several months until work dwindled in the economic panic of In November he left for Chicago and was soon employed in the architectural office of a prominent figure in the development of the style of the Chicago SchoolWilliam Le Baron Jenney.
The office foreman, John Edelmann, became his friend. The idea of studying in Paris persisted, however, and in July Sullivan sailed for Europe. He worked hard to pass the difficult entrance examinations for the Beaux-Arts, although after he was accepted he proved to be a restless and erratic student.
He made a brief excursion to Florence and Rome.
A romantic young man with sideburns, he affected a certain swagger in dress. Work in association with Adler Back in Chicago in JuneSullivan worked briefly as a draftsman for a number of firms.
One such job was for the recently formed firm of Johnston and Edelmann. It was John Edelmann who made the momentous introduction of Sullivan to his future partner, Dankmar Adler.
Their year association produced more than buildings, many of them landmarks in the history of American architecture. After coming to Chicago inAdler had worked as a draftsman, and he returned to the city after serving in the Civil War.
In he formed a successful partnership with Edward Burling that lasted until As an independent architect Adler designed Central Music Hall in Chicagowhich was the prototype of theatres later designed by the firm of Adler and Sullivan.
Adler was a consultant on acoustics and in his later years was a writer on the technical and legal aspects of architecture. Although Adler and Sullivan did substantial residential work, it was in their commercial work that they made their art-historic contribution.
Most of their buildings were in Chicago, where the commercial expansion of the s resulted in many commissions.
The early years of the Adler and Sullivan practice did not result in buildings of lasting interest, however. This project was a curious combination of a hotel and office block wrapped in a U-shape around a 3,seat auditorium for opera.
Completed in Decemberit is a story-high building of granite and limestone with a story tower. The interior of the auditorium restored is particularly opulent and features gilded plasterwork and countless electric light bulbs.[*]Associate Professor of Law, University of Tennessee. J.D. Yale Law School, ; B.A.
University of Tennessee, I would like to thank Brannon Denning and Brooks Smith, who contributed excellent research assistance. Home Education, Volume 1 of the Charlotte Mason Series.
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