One look at Chicago's breathtaking skyline is a quick study in the late Bruce Graham's aesthetic. Graham created the ultra modern John Hancock Center and Sears Tower now Willis Tower in the 1970s. But, his innovations went beyond sleek facades. His ideas for urban planning can still be seen in Chicago's downtown.
Lee Bey is an architecture critic and executive director of the Chicago Central Area Committee. He tells us more about Graham's life and work. You can catch his critiques and photos at our blog