Chicago Architecture Foundation Exhibit Puts Spotlight on College of Architecture Student Work

Chicago Architecture Foundation’s new exhibit opening on June 22 features College of Architecture undergraduate and graduate studio work. Unseen City: Designs for a Future Chicago tackles the question, “What might this neighborhood and city become?” Designs include a 19th century boulevard transformed for the 21st, a horizontal deconstructed Willis Tower, an industrial district as creative hub, and a skyscraper that scrubs the air.

IIT exhibits:

Hi-Rise, Lo-Carb
Illinois Institute of Technology/Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat/Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture (Spring 2012 undergraduate studio, Studio Associate Professor Antony Wood)

Garfield Boulevard: Completely Stripped Naked, Dirty, and Wet
Illinois Institute of Technology (Fall 2011 graduate studio, Assistant Professor Marshall Brown)

For more information, visit the Chicago Architecture Foundation website.