It may be the last week of February, but there's still over two dozen events left on the architectural calendar.
The Chicago Architectural Club event, Tristan d’Estree Sterk and Douglas Pancoast - The Quiet War: Architecture and Digital Technologies, moves from Tuesday to Wednesday night at the Flatiron, while the Chicago Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council has added A Deconstruction Panel Discussion for Tuesday.
Also on Wednesday the 24th, Franz Schulze and Edward Windhorst discuss their upcoming major updating of the biography of Mies van der Rohe in Crown
Hall at IIT, David Swan discusses the recently published Autobiography of Irving K. Pond at Glessner House, and Jonathan Fine presents Preservation Chicago's 2010 Chicago 7 Most Endangered at noontime at CAF. Steven D. Fifield is at a Crain's forum, Joseph Schwieterman and Alan Mammoser discuss their book, Beyond Burnham at APA Chicago, Ruth D. Nelson talks about the Marquette Building's Tiffany mosaic at the Second Presbyterian Church, Alex Lehnerer lectures at the Graham, and the 2010 Marian and Leon Depres Preservation Awards are presented at the Hyde Park Historical Society's annual dinner. And there's more! Check all of these week's great events here.