Alfonso Iannelli’s unexecuted design for architect Louis Sullivan’s tomb, tempera and gold ink on posterboard, ca. 1925.
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Alfonso Iannelli’s unexecuted design for architect Louis Sullivan’s tomb, tempera and gold ink on posterboard, ca. 1925.

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    I wonder if he was just designing this to design it, or was there a thought that this would actually get built but no...
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