For an architect who considers all of his work as springing from an exploration of place and a deep well of personal connection, there was perhaps no better building for Victor F. Trahan than one containing the history of his own state.
Tighter building envelopes may save energy, but they can also trap toxic chemicals that contribute to asthma, dizziness, even cancer.
Just hop a CTA train (or a Divvy bike) and use this design-centric guide to 18 of Chicago’s neighborhoods to discover the city’s hidden gems.
Six Chicago workspaces from the perspectives of their architects.
The Bullitt Center in Seattle set a new precedent for what a commercial office building can and should be. Now that it’s occupied, how does a building of this green magnitude affect the people who use it every day?
Exploring unexpected connections between twenty-four historic house museums in Chicago, the new At Home in Chicago website is playful, inventive, and like nothing else you’ve ever seen.
This living history tour explores Tiffany Studios’ iconic glassmaking process from the perspective of artisans Clara Driscoll and Agnes Northrop, of the Women’s Glass Cutting Department.
The MileNorth Hotel isn’t the only hospitality space to claim a spot within the Magnificent Mile’s stroll radius, but it’s definitely one of the coolest.