|photograph: Chicago Loop Alliance (click images for larger view)|
You can also check out Richard Lippold's Radiant One, commissioned by Inland Steel in 1957 for their building's lobby.
Ezra Stoller photograph was obliterated by the replacement of the two-story structure to the south with SOM's rather dreadful 33 West Monroe. By that time, however, another open view was created to the west when the First National Bank was demolished and replaced by the huge plaza of what is now Chase Tower.
Daniel Weinbach and Partners, holds one of my favorite spots in Chicago, a grove of sugar maples that have matured into a forest canopy respite from the proud, insistent towers.