Designed to Inspire Driehaus Museum Adhesive Note Cube
Our note cubes feature the original hand-drawn elevation of the Nickerson Mansion by architects Burling and Whitehouse in 1881 and published in the February 26th, 1881, issue of American Architect and Building News. As one of the great houses built on of the ashes of the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the stately Nickerson Mansion was the largest home at the time, and the first fireproof residence. It took inspiration from architecture of the past but inspired the city’s legendary architecture to come.
Design is printed on all 4 sides. Each cube has 600 pull-off adhesive notes. 3"W x 3"D x 3"H.