Within the pages of this book are 46 original photographs showcasing the
interior architecture of the historic Chicago Cultural Center.
The story of the historic preservation efforts to save the Library from demolition is by Charles Staples.
These image compositions concentrate on the patterns, textures and geometries in the architectural design. Decidedly creating an aesthetic in views gathering unique angles and exposing details and their relations. The representation of photography here is not simply the usual architectural explanation.
The digitally captured imagery here follows a path of creative license and interpretation. In hopes the examples in this book serve to inspire other photographers, architects and artists to continually explore new reasons for beauty and vision.