Architecture photographer Richard Nickel spent years with his camera, documenting — and arguing against — the demolition of buildings in Chicago. Nickel died trying to document the demise of a building designed by Louis Sullivan, whose architecture helped define the Chicago cityscape. (via NPR)

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