330 North Wabash and Marina City in Monochrome

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330 North Wabash, Chicago photographed in black and white from street level. This Modernist style building featured heavily in 2008’s The Dark Knight.

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330 North Wabash and Marina City are stark contrasts in design styles. Marina City is famous for its ‘corn cob’ style tubular towers and 330 North Wabash is a great example of Minimalist and Modernist architecture.

330 North Wabash stands 695 feet high and features 52 storeys. It was designed by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe who unfortunately died before construction began in 1969. It was previously known as the IBM Building as it was commissioned by IBM.  However, they vacated the building in 2005 and the lower 13 stories were redeveloped into a luxury award-winning hotel. 

The building featured heavily in 2008’s The Dark Knight as Harvey Dent’s office, Commissioner Loeb / Mayor Garcia’s office, Wayne Enterprises’ board room and the final resting place of Brian, the Batman wannabe vigilante.

(For more information and history relating to Marina City please see my other listing specifically for Marina City.)

This image was taken from street level on the wonderful Chicago Riverwalk.

All Chicago architecture photograph prints are available on professional semi-gloss or matte photographic paper. Each original print will be signed and fully mounted in your choice of black, cream or white card. Your artwork will be shipped in board-backed packaging within a sealed protective sleeve. 

If you would prefer a different size print, poster, canvas or acrylic wall art of this image please visit my Redbubble shop or contact me for any other requirement.

Want to see more?  Head over to my Photography page for more stunning images from Chicago, New York and Washington.

 

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Size

A4, 8×10, 7×5

Card Colour

Black, White, Cream

Paper Type

Matte, Semi-Gloss

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