Chicago Architecture News

11.28.2022

AIA Chicago Advocacy Update; Damen Silos

PHOTO: BLOCK CLUB CHICAGO Damen Silos, a unique, 23.4-acre State-owned property at a critical point along the South Branch of the Chicago River, has been vacant since 1977. Given its potential to reactivate the South Branch between Pilsen and McKinley Read more...

10.14.2022

Member Highlight: Ed Torrez, AIA

Meet Ed Torrez, AIA, President and Principal at Bauer Latoza Studio. For Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked him a few questions and he had inspiring words.  What does it mean to you to be a latino architect? Being a Latino architect Read more...

10.06.2022

AIA Releases Latest 2030 Commitment Results

WASHINGTON – October 6, 2022 – The American Institute of Architects (AIA) By the Numbers report for 2021 showcases the annual performance of the architecture and engineering firm signatories of the 2030 Commitment. The report can b Read more...

10.06.2022

Member Highlight: Julia Mosqueda, Assoc. AIA

Meet Julia Mosqueda, Assoc. AIA, Staff Designer at LBBA, and Trustee of the AIA Chicago Foundation. For Hispanic Heritage Month, we asked her a few questions and she had inspiring words. Read her full interview below. What does it mean to you to be a&n Read more...

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