A 28-foot bronze sculpture, "Chicago Fugue" by artist Anthony Caro, is in the alcove at the north end of the lobby.
The south 3 gables on the roof house the law library of Mayer, Brown & Platt.
The lobby has a $1 million 55-foot high vaulted gold leaf ceiling.
A tapestry by Helena Hemmarck in the Adams Street lobby depicts part of Daniel Burnham's 1909 Plan of Chicago - the domed civic center with streets radiating in all directions, chosen to complement the star pattern on the lobby floor.
The gabled roof was inspired by Chicago's demolished Masonic Temple by architect John Wellborn Root.
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