What we can learn from Chicago’s CARYATIDS, the feminist collective that fought sexism in architecture
The little-known story of a fiercely political exhibition that holds lessons for today's generation of designers and activists.
Read More
Imagining the future of suburbia, from “Freedomland” to “McMansion Hell”
The author of the viral blog McMansion Hell discusses Keith Krumwiede's architectural satire, the power of memes, and how to talk about buildings on the internet.
Read More
Two years later, these projects from the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial are still making an impact
Introducing the Chicago Architecture Biennial blog
This is the first post in a series of stories that will run between now and the end of the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial. Executive Director Todd Palmer opens the conversation.
Read More