Chicago Architecture Biennial Pin-Up Exhibitions
The Biennial Pin-Up Space is located in the Welcome Center of the Biennial Resource Hub just off the Randolph entrance of the Chicago Cultural Center. This community-focused exhibition space is supported by the generosity of the National Endowment for the Arts and features a rotating gallery of temporary exhibitions.
October 1 - 6
The Disruptive Design competition asked architects to design a new prototype for affordable housing.
October 8 - October 13
THE BLOCK HOUSE
Canopy / architecture + design pieces together the process and perceptions of affordable housing.
October 15 - October 24
R/Evolution of the Chicago Neighborhood
Chicago Zoning: partner or adversary? A critique on current zoning policies through the lens of the under-served community affected.
October 26 - 29
University of Pécs, Metropolitan State University of Denver
We All Need a Home_Lakni Kell showcases works by international students tackling housing equity.
October 31 - November 7
School of Architecture Art and Design Tecnologico de Monterrey
Pilsen and Little Village Explorations showcases research on the socio-spatial practices of Chicago's Latino communities.
November 9 - 20
The University of Illinois School of Architecture - Chicago Studio presents The Chicago Nolli Project, which explores city block structure's public, semi-public and private realms.
November 9 - 20
Chicago Affordable Housing Design Guidelines by University of Illinois Urbana Champaign/Chicago Studio/Kevin Hinders, which was created for Chicago Planning by the 2018 Fall Chicago Studio.
November 22 - 25
University of Tennessee Knoxville College of Architecture and Design - Plus Pod - Housing of Optimized Minimums will overview a portable unit designed to optimize comfortable group living.
November 27 - December 3
The Available City Collective Space Workshop - MLK District Garden will feature a collection of gateways and gathering spaces in the MLK District Garden for a 2020 exposition on collective space.
December 16 - 21
BEYOND UNSEEN: Observes how our emotions and experiences are tied to the spaces of Chicago through axonometric representation.
December 30 - January 4
University of Chicago
A look at the common residential buildings of Chicago and a presentation on neighborhood-specific infill housing.