Louis Sullivan was a famous Architect who has greatly influenced Chicago's city-scape! He was born in Boston in 1856. He studied to become an Architect at MIT for a year and then continued his studies at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. Then he returned to Chicago and partnered with Adler, until Adler retired in 1895, their partnership lasting approximately 12 years. Another famous Architect who worked with the pair until he branched out on his own was Frank Lloyd Wright.
The Auditorum Building
Carson Pirie Scott Building