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Inside the New Hampton Inn at the Art Deco Chicago Motor Club Building - Hotel Boom Town - Curbed Chicago

Originally designed by Holabird and Root and built in the Chicago Motor Club building—a longtime office building and Art Deco gem that has gone unoccupied since recently.

Inside the New Hampton Inn at the Art Deco Chicago Motor Club Building - Hotel Boom Town - Curbed Chicago

Originally designed by Holabird and Root and built in the Chicago Motor Club building—a longtime office building and Art Deco gem that has gone unoccupied since recently.

One of the most impressive buildings I've seen in person is the Carbon & Carbide Building in Chicago. It is like a giant shiny gem amongst a...

One of the most impressive buildings I've seen in person is the Carbon & Carbide Building in Chicago. It is like a giant shiny gem amongst a.

Art Deco ornament in the lobby of the Chicago Motor Club Building

Art Deco ornament in the lobby of the Chicago Motor Club Building. Seen as part of the Open House Chicago 2011 event arranged by the Chicago Architecture Foundation.

Art Deco Diana    Art Deco bas relief of the Goddess Diana from the facade of the landmark McGraw Hill Building on North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.

Art Deco Diana Art Deco bas relief of the Goddess Diana from the facade of the landmark McGraw Hill Building on North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois.

Hampton Inn Chicago Loop Hotel Near Michigan Avenue

The new Hampton Inn Chicago Michigan Avenue, which occupies the former Chicago Motor Club building. (Kenny Kim Photography) You can credit Chicago's recent

Here's a First Look Inside the Revamped Chicago Motor Club Hampton Inn - Downtown - DNAinfo.com Chicago

Here's a First Look Inside the Revamped Chicago Motor Club Hampton Inn

The home features the rounded edges, glazed brick facade, glass block windows, and Art Deco-inspired exterior lighting that typify the Moderne architectural style.

Spacious Art Moderne home in Kenwood wants $1.3M

Chicago Board of Trade. "The clock is 13' in diameter. On each side are hooded figures; on the left is a Native American holding corn, on the right is an Egyptian holding grain."

Art Deco: Chicago Board of Trade. "The clock is in diameter. On each side are hooded figures; on the left is a Native American holding corn, on the right is an Egyptian holding grain.

One LaSalle Street

Elevator doors and lamp in One North LaSalle Street Building, Chicago, Illinois

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