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Don’t miss this donor-exclusive virtual tour of the nearly complete St. Regis Chicago (formerly Vista Tower). The architect-led tour reveals design and engineering moves, newly finished spaces and sweeping skyline views. A live Q&A follows.

Free for Deco-level members and up; be sure to log in to RSVP
Zoom Virtual Event (details to come)

In a pre-recorded tour exclusively available to Deco through Burnham Society members, Juliane Wolf of Studio Gang and Charlie Hasbrouck of bKL Architecture share their insights on the captivating building that has become an instant icon on Chicago's skyline. After the screening, Wolf and Hasbrouck will be available to take your questions.

Presenter: Juliane Wolf

Juliane WolfJuliane Wolf is a design principal and partner in Studio Gang’s Chicago office with extensive experience in the design of sustainable public spaces, urban residential towers and complex visitor-serving organizations. She has led many of the studio’s award-winning projects including Writers Theatre in Glencoe, the Bengt Sjostrom Starlight Theatre in Rockford and the St. Regis (Vista) Tower in Chicago. She is also the deputy lead designer for the O’Hare Global Terminal. Wolf is a graduate of the Architectural Association in London.

Presenter: Charlie Hasbrouck

Charlie HasbrouckOver the course of his 30-plus-year career, Charlie Hasbrouck’s experience has encompassed every aspect of architectural services, from initial proposals through construction administration, on a variety of project types ranging from new large-scale mixed-use buildings and master plans for new cities, to the adaptive reuse and historic preservation of existing buildings. In addition to his professional memberships in the American Institute of Architects and Lambda Alpha International, Charlie is the past president of The Cliff Dwellers Club, the director of the Friends of Downtown, and a member of the University Club of Chicago. He earned a Master of Architecture from Yale University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Illinois.