McGraw-Hill Building

Hood and Fouilhoux
1930



Setbacks occur on the north and south side; from these sides, the building appears as an International Style slab. From the east and west, however, the building appears as a stepped tower. The whole is covered with continuous bands of blue-green terra cotta brick.

The tower from the east and a detail of the north side

 
Groups of four windows are separated by painted green metal strips while windows on each floor are separated by continuous courses of blue-green terra cotta brick.

Detail of the base and the Art Deco entrance




Other buildings on this site by Raymond Hood include: American Radiator Building, Chicago Tribune Tower, and the Daily News Building.



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