07 Oct Featured Venue: Chicago Cultural Center
Designed by Boston architectural firm Shepley, Rutan, and Coolidge as the city’s central library, the Chicago Cultural Center was designed to impress and prove that Chicago had grown into a sophisticated metropolis. Full of rare imported marble, polished brass, fine hardwood and mosaics of Favrile glass, mother-of-pearly and colored stone, the building has the world’s largest stained glass Tiffany’s dome.
The Chicago Cultural Center is a historic Chicago landmark, home to breathtaking stained-glass domes and unique event spaces that cater to large and small gatherings.
Contact your event specialist today for more details information on rental rates and available dates.