Pond and Pond

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Pond and Pond was an American architecture firm established by the Chicago architects Irving Kane Pond and Allen Bartlitt Pond.wikipedia
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Irving Kane Pond

Irving Pond
Pond and Pond was an American architecture firm established by the Chicago architects Irving Kane Pond and Allen Bartlitt Pond.
In 1886, Pond formed the Chicago architectural firm Pond and Pond in partnership with his brother Allen Bartlitt Pond.

Cliff Dwellers Club

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The brothers were founding members of the Cliff Dwellers Club of Chicago, of the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in Ogle County, Illinois, and associated with Jane Addams' Hull House in Chicago, for whom they designed various buildings.
Charter members of the club included Garland's brother-in-law Lorado Taft, a noted sculptor; educator and author William Morton Payne; architect Frank Lloyd Wright; architects A.B. Pond and I.K. Pond; the landscape architect Jens Jensen, and many other civic and cultural figures.

Eagle's Nest Art Colony

The brothers were founding members of the Cliff Dwellers Club of Chicago, of the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in Ogle County, Illinois, and associated with Jane Addams' Hull House in Chicago, for whom they designed various buildings.
The original members were: Taft, Ralph Elmer Clarkson, Oliver Dennett Grover, Charles Francis Browne, Henry B. Fuller, Hamlin Garland, Horace Spencer Fiske, James Spencer Dickerson, Allen Bartlit Pond, Irving Kane Pond and Clarence Dickerson.

Bert Leston Taylor

The Pond brothers were part of an active artists' scene in Chicago that included Lorado Taft, Bert Leston Taylor, Jane Addams, and Harriet Monroe.
The group was composed of an eclectic range of distinguished members including reformer Jane Addams, sculptor Lorado Taft, architects Allen Bartlit Pond and Irving Kane Pond, dramatist Anna Morgan, painter Ralph Clarkson, and poet Harriet Monroe.

Michigan Union

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Pond and Pond built student unions for the campuses of Purdue University, University of Michigan, Michigan State, and University of Kansas.
The Union soon outgrew the building, and in 1910, the Michigan Union hired the architect brothers Irving Kane Pond and Allen Bartlit Pond to design a new building.

Andrew Willatsen

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Architects trained through the firm of Pond and Pond include Andrew Willatsen.
He also worked for the Chicago firms of Spencer and Powers and Pond and Pond.

Oregon Public Library

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The Oregon Library was designed by Chicago architects Pond and Pond.

The Soldiers' Monument (Oregon, Illinois)

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The Soldiers' Monument is a memorial consisting of three statues, one in bronze and two in marble by sculptor Lorado Taft, grouped around an exedra designed by the architectural firm of Pond and Pond.

Hull House

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The brothers were founding members of the Cliff Dwellers Club of Chicago, of the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in Ogle County, Illinois, and associated with Jane Addams' Hull House in Chicago, for whom they designed various buildings.

Purdue Memorial Union

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Pond and Pond built student unions for the campuses of Purdue University, University of Michigan, Michigan State, and University of Kansas.

Lorado Taft Midway Studios

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The structure was redesigned by the architectural firm of Pond and Pond to contain 13 studios for Taft and affiliated sculptors.

Arts and Crafts movement

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Working in the Arts and Crafts idiom, the brothers gained renown for elaborately detailed brickwork and irregular massing of forms.

University of Michigan

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Jokingly called by friends "Ikey" and "Abie", after their initials, the two brothers attended the University of Michigan, where in 1879 they were pupils in architectural classes given by William LeBaron Jenney, who commuted from Chicago to deliver the first courses in architecture at Michigan.

Lorado Taft

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The Pond brothers were part of an active artists' scene in Chicago that included Lorado Taft, Bert Leston Taylor, Jane Addams, and Harriet Monroe.

Jane Addams

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The brothers were founding members of the Cliff Dwellers Club of Chicago, of the Eagle's Nest Art Colony in Ogle County, Illinois, and associated with Jane Addams' Hull House in Chicago, for whom they designed various buildings. The Pond brothers were part of an active artists' scene in Chicago that included Lorado Taft, Bert Leston Taylor, Jane Addams, and Harriet Monroe.

Harriet Monroe

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The Pond brothers were part of an active artists' scene in Chicago that included Lorado Taft, Bert Leston Taylor, Jane Addams, and Harriet Monroe.

Great Chicago Fire

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The firm was considered among the "earliest modernizers in architecture" in the period after the Great Chicago Fire.

Student center

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The firm was also notable for its success in a new field of architectural design, that of large university student union buildings.

Michigan State University

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Pond and Pond built student unions for the campuses of Purdue University, University of Michigan, Michigan State, and University of Kansas.

University of Kansas

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Pond and Pond built student unions for the campuses of Purdue University, University of Michigan, Michigan State, and University of Kansas.

Art Institute of Chicago

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The firm's papers are housed in the Art Institute of Chicago.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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Irving K. and Allen B. Pond were born in Ann Arbor, Michigan.