The Gulf Building in Houston, Texas, now called the JPMorgan Chase Building, is one of the preeminent Art Deco skyscrapers in the southern United States. Completed in 1929 it remained the tallest building in Houston until 1963, when the Exxon Building surpassed it in height.
Designed by architects Alfred C. Finn, Kenneth Franzheim, and J. E. R. Carpenter the building is seen as a realization of Eliel Saarinen’s losing but acclaimed entry to the Chicago Tribune Tower competition.
712 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002
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