The Chicago Architecture Biennial (CAB) and Mayor Rahm Emanuel announce that Chicago-based curator and writer Yesomi Umolu will serve as the Artistic Director of the Biennial’s 2019 edition.
New renderings of the taller Obama Presidential Center building in Jackson Park on Chicago’s South Side by architects Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects and InterActive Design Architects, with Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Site Design Group and Living Habitats.
University of Chicago plans to build a new residential hall and dining commons opening in the 2020-21 academic year. The new Woodlawn Residential Commons will be designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects and will be located between Woodlawn and University Avenues, just north of 61st Street.
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Inspired by the pulse of Chicago’s artistic energy, Foster + Partners has designed a new platform for performance in a city charged by music. Apple Michigan Avenue cascades down to the river’s edge, creating new connections between the city and the river.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial (CAB) announces final list of over 140 international architecture firms and artists who will participate in its second edition, entitled “Make New History,” to starts September 16, 2017.
Chicago Architecture Biennial public programming for 2017 – performances, talks, forums and film screenings. This architectural event runs September 16, 2017 through January 7, 2018, with Preview Days on September 14 and 15, 2017.
Design: Ross Barney Architects – winner of Outstanding Achievement in Exterior Lighting award ; shortlisted for the prestigious 2017 American Architecture Awards: The Riverwalk offers a variety of opportunities to find the beauty and spirit of the Chicago River. Visitors get an unexpected perspective on the city’s buildings.
Chicago Architecture Biennial Special Projects: a SO-IL and Ana Prvački collaboration, a Francois Perrin installation, Gerard & Kelly performances at Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House; James Welling photos and at the City Gallery. “Make New History” starts September 16.
Design: Goettsch Partners, architects
Comprising 1.25 million rentable square feet, the building is located in Chicago’s West Loop on one of the most prominent sites in the city, bounded by Randolph and Lake streets.
Design: Goettsch Partners
With its prominent riverfront location, 110 North Wacker is a highly desirable office development site in the heart of the city, designed to be a dynamic addition to Chicago’s iconic skyline.
Chicago Urban River Edges Ideas Lab: architectural firms Ross Barney Architects, David Adjaye, James Corner Field Operations, Studio Gang, Perkins & Will and SOM among participants.
Numerous improvements revealed for Chicago’s tallest building. Totaling up to $500 m the renovations will include six floors of new retail space, an outdoor deck and a winter garden. The tower was once the world’s tallest building for 25 years.