As the first ever Chicago Architecture Biennial approaches, the design world is beginning to focus on the Windy City and its architectural legacy. Long known for its iconic skyline, Chicago is a natural fit for a global architectural expo, and later this year, 63 architects and studios will convene in Chicago to kick off the inaugural biennial. And in addition to highlighting the world’s greatest design studios, architectural photography will play an important role in the international gathering. A specially commissioned photo essay from Dutch architectural photographer Iwan Baan will be one of the highlights of the first biennial, which begins in October. And while Baan might be one of the best known living architectural photographers, Chicago has some notable homegrown talent. Photographer Michael Salisbury has been populating his Flickr and Instagram accounts with dreamy portraits of Chicago’s most famous buildings. And in many cases, Salisbury’s lens captures a city that almost looks unreal.
Read the Full Story and see More Images HERE >>>> Source: The Ethereal Architectural Photography of Michael Salisbury – Adventures in Architecture – Curbed Chicago