In 1959, when everything was about to change on the north bank of the Chicago River, Bertrand Goldberg presented his plans for Marina City and described it as "a tremendous sunflower." Original drawings, photographs, and blueprints for the project are on exhibit and on sale at Chicago's ArchiTech Gallery through Aug. 29. architechgallery.com

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In 1959, when everything was about to change on the north bank of the Chicago River, Bertrand Goldberg presented his plans for Marina City and described it as "a tremendous sunflower." Original drawings, photographs, and blueprints for the project are on exhibit and on sale at Chicago's ArchiTech Gallery through Aug. 29.
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