7600 N. Paulina
Because of the survey I know that the architects were Newhouse and Bernham. I could have found this out by looking up the information in the ancient permit files on microfilm (available at the Harold Washington Library or the UIC Library). But what I couldn't have done easily is identify three other buildings designed by Newhouse and Bernham. Sure enough, they seem to have specialized in full terra cotta facades, although one of the buildings is a classically designed limestone-clad synagogue:
Only buildings identified as potentially significant were documented in the survey, so there's certainly more out there by the same team which have not been categorized. This is a problem with windshield surveys, which only identify the most significant buildings. If you want to understand the range of an architect, or see designs which may have preceded (or followed) better buildings it's very difficult to accomplish. Of course it would have extended the CHRS survey period from 10 years to 50 years, so I understand the limitations.