ANGLO AMERICA-U S A/Wisconsin-Milwaukee

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

From http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/fnart/fa267/architec.htm, http://people.msoe.edu/~reyer/mke/alpha.html,http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/ci/?id=101324

 

Mitchell Park,Horticultural Conservatory
  
 524 Street Layton Blvd. Milwaukee, Wisconsin




 First conservatory was built in 1898. The original conservatory exhibited flowers in a 'greenhouse' setting and served the public until 1955. A design competition, won by a local architect, Donald Grieb's winning entry called for three beehive-shaped glass domes, 140' in diameter at the base and 85' high, offering 15,000 square feet of growing space for plant display. Each dome would have a distinct climate and exhibit plants in a naturalistic setting. Construction in 1959-1967. Photo by Byunguh in Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Hilton Hotel
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 


 Architect by Holabird & Roche on 1927. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Milwaukee Art Museum
  
 700 Art Museum Dr. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 


 
The MAM project features the new Santiago Calatrava designed Quadracci pavilion, renovated and reinstalled galleries in existing Museum buildings designed by Eero Saarinen (1957) and David Kahler (1975), and an elegant network of gardens, hedges, plazas and fountains designed by landscape architect Dan Kiley. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Miller Park
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 


 
Architect by HKS Inc.& NBBJ on 2001. The home of the Milwaukee Brewers, offers fans a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Marquette University
  
 W Wisconsin Ave Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 
The Alumni Memorial Union building and the orthers. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

100 East Building
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

 Architect by LS3P Associates on 1989.An example of postmodern architecture with consideration for the neighborhood in which it resides.The 37 stories are built of cream colored Cordoba limestone with deep brown metal spandrels and tinted glass. It is on the site of the former Pabst Building. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

411 East Wisconsin Center
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

 
Architect by Harry Weese Associates on 1985.It was constructed of 1200 eight-ton precast concrete panels. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

633 Building
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Robert Lee Hall & Associates on 1962. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

1522 on the Lake
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Plunkett Raysich Architects on 2003. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Chase Tower
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Harrison & Abramovitz on 1961. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Landmark on the Lake
  
 Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Loewenberg-Fitch on 1991. Photo by Byunguhn Yu on 17 May 2003.

 

Milwaukee Center
  
 111 East Kilbourn Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP on 1988.

 

US Bank Center
  
 777 East Wisconsin Ave. Milwaukee, Wisconsin



 Architect by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP on 1973.