Plans for Frank Lloyd Wright’s National Insurance Building, 1924, Chicago.

Meant to have been built on North Michigan Ave at Chicago Ave, the glass and copper facade proved to be too expensive for developers. This building is often cited as the greatest FLW structure that was never built.

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