There is something about the fluidity of the spiral shape that proves pleasing to the eye.  Certainly the curves building outward upon themselves yield interest to what might otherwise be a building that is merely blocky and geometric.  What

Not everyone—even architects—could be blamed for not knowing the name of the man dubbed “The Father of the Skyscraper.”  But indeed one man,   after designing more than 200 tall buildings across the Midwest, was called just this.  Frank Lloyd