Chicago Architecture News
Over the next 14 months, the City of Chicago will implement Phase 2 of its building code modernization. New code books will be available in October. To learn more about the updated code, AIA Chicago offers these resources and will add more as they become available.
AIA CHICAGO HONORS CHICAGO’S SMALLEST BUILDINGS AT ANNUAL SMALL PROJECT AWARDS
A shipping container development in Detroit receives highest honors; all recognized entries demonstrate design excellence in the smallest details
The Disruptive Design competition—an architecture competition seeking proposals for affordable housing in Chicago—announces today the three finalists moving on to the competition’s second phase. The three finalists were selected by five jurors from over 130 international entries in a blind jury process: Georgi Todorov, AIA, and Petya Petrova, IIDA; Joel Huffman; and Greg Tamborino, AIA, will each receive $10,000 to produce final designs and drawings before a winner is selected later this year. All three are Chicago-based architects.
AIA Chicago is proud to congratulate Joseph Caprile, FAIA, as a 2019 inductee into the AIA National College of Fellows.
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AIA Chicago announces the recipients of the 2018 Firm of the Year and Dubin Family Young Architect Awards
DESIGN EXCELLENCE RECOGNIZED AT AIA CHICAGO’S DESIGNIGHT
33 projects from firms with local and national reach honored at annual celebration
The Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA Chicago) honored exceptional architectural projects at Designight 2018, the organization’s 63rd annual Design Excellence Awards ceremony and celebration. More than 1,000 architecture, engineering and construction industry leaders and professionals attended this year’s event at Navy Pier, which was hosted by Chicago television personality, producer and WTTW host, Geoffrey Baer.
A new architecture competition asks architects to disrupt conventional housing design, creating next-generation starter homes
OCTOBER 1, 2018—Where have all the starter homes gone? Rising costs associated with building new homes for Chicagoans – from skyrocketing land values to unpredictable construction costs – have led to fewer starter homes on the market and a sense that new homes are only available to those with considerable financial means. To help rebuild this vital housing stock, a committee of allied organizations has launched Disruptive Design: a design competition that challenges architects to envision forward-thinking, viable solutions of building affordable housing.
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