The designer behind the National Museum of African-American History and Culture will lead the planning of the exhibits at Barack Obama’s presidential library, the Obama Foundation announced Tuesday.
- New projects and proposals that have Chicago talking—and often debating
- Changes on the horizon for the buildings and places that dazzle and puzzle us
- Context for design-related controversies in the news
Latest Updates on Evolving Chicago
Co-developers Fifield Cos. and Skokie-based F&F Realty recently broke ground on a 44-story, 490-foot-tall tower that will bring 492 apartments and 375 parking spaces to the city's West Town neighborhood, near Greektown.
Construction has started on One Grant Park, the newly-named 76-story tower planned for the southern end of Chicago's premier park. Once finished, the 792-unit apartment tower at 1200 S. Indiana Ave. would be the tallest in the city south of Willis Tower.
Chicago has so many amazing stories to tell.
Chicago’s Landscape Legacy: An Interview with Julia Bachrachvia CAF
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Exhibition Overview: The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kileyvia CAF
Innovation in Architecture
Architectural innovations like the steel-frame skyscraper have reshaped the built world's look and function. And every day, new technologies enable architects to address the challenges of the future.