American Motor Club Building Facade - ARI Restoration International
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American Motor Club Building Facade

Reproduced Cast Iron Tile Components

American Motor Club, created by Holabird & Root Architects and engineer Frank E. Brown in downtown historic Chicago. The cast iron tile was damaged when the awning was removed, so the ARI team created molds and reinstalled a seamless historical reproduction of the cast iron tile work, to showcase the original architectural façade.

Category
Architecture, Restoration