building has been received as sort of lame ode to Greece. Its little pixie-stick
columns have a nice effect when lit up at night, but fail to express the
breadth and strength of their Greek referents. For a better tribute to
Chicago's Greek heritage, go to Greektown. -NB
... 77 W. Wacker Drive is an awkward mismatch of modernism and classicism.
With wafer-thin granite columns seemingly glued onto its silver-tinted
glass, 77 W. Wacker is disturbingly two-dimensional, a kind of paste-on
R.R. Donnelley from SkyscraperPage.com