What will urban life be like in 2050? Several local architects offer insights and predictions for a future Chicago.
Few individuals have had as lasting an impact on AIA as civil rights leader Whitney M. Young Jr.
From his monumental AIA speech in 1968 to the architecture award that bears his name, Young’s legacy continues to challenge architects to create a more responsible and equitable field.
With over 65 design projects and more than 40 objects and installations to touch, hear, and smell, The Senses is an inclusive celebration of the sensory richness of design.
On May 17, 2018, BSA Space will premier NatureStructure, a global overview showcasing more than 30 architectural and design projects that work in harmony with nature to heal and restore ecosystems and make cities more resilient and sustainable.
Welcome Home’ is a journey through Danish homes. The exhibition shows the major historical events that have shaped the way we live – from industrialization and world wars to megacities and threatening climate crises. It examines how current challenges, such as demographics and evolving family structures, affect our homes today.
Making Room: Housing for a Changing America explores cutting-edge housing typologies through case studies and the presentation of The Open House—a flexible, 1,000-square-foot home designed for the exhibition by architect Pierluigi Colombo.
Access+Ability features over 70 innovative designs developed in the last decade. From low-tech products that assist with daily routines to the newest technologies, the exhibition explores how users and designers are expanding and adapting accessible products and solutions in ways previously unimaginable.
Fun House, designed by Snarkitecture, is the latest in the Museum’s imaginative Summer Block Party series of temporary structures inside its historic Great Hall.
Designing Waste: Strategies for a Zero Waste City explores how we manage waste in our buildings and neighborhoods, and how design can help reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill.