Ezra Stoller © Esto
March 30, 2016
Ezra Stoller’s Collaboration with SOM

Ezra Stoller worked with the SOM team for many years. He photographed the John Hancock Building on three occasions: first, the model in 1966; then, the building under construction the following year. When the project was complete, the final images were made in 1970.

Here’s a selection of those Stoller photographs. And, the full set, of over 90 images, is at estostock.com.

An article at Architizer traces the evolution of Skidmore Owings and Merrill over the past 80 years, including more about the Hancock Building.

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