Once more into the breach, dear friends - we've just put up the January 2014 Calendar of Chicago
The year starts slowly but we still have dozens of great items in the first month of the New Year, beginning with representatives of Wiss, Janney, Elstner and Thorton Tomasetti discussing Hurricane Sandy and Coastline Rebuilding Efforts for the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois,
Lunchtime Wednesdays at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, it begins with building previews -on the 8th, with Steven M. Nilles and Joachim Schuessler of Goettsch Partners discussing 150 North Riverside, which has just landed its anchor tenant; and the 15th finds representatives from Solomon Cordwell Buenz and Loyola discussing the school's under-construction Institute of Environmental Sustainability. Then on the 22nd, Julia Bachrach, Elizabeth Patterson and Frances O'Cherony Archer talk about the Chicago Historic Schools website, a fantastic new resource of images and information. On the 29th, Chicago Chief Sustainability Officer Karen Weigert talks about Building a Livable, Competitive and Sustainable City.
Want more? Christopher Vernon flies in from Australia to talk about Walter Burley Griffin, the
New shows: Chromatic Patterns for the Graham Foundation:
There's lot more, so check out all the goodies on the January 2014 Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events.
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Wednesday, January 01, 2014
150 North Riverside, Jeanne Gang on Radical Creativity, Achilles on the Auditorium, Vernon on Griffin and more: Just Posted! the January Calendar of Chicago Architectural Events
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Thanks for continuing the calendar, Mr. Becker!
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