Archive for the ‘Chicago Architectural Club’ Category

01/26/2007

Return to the Jazz Age?

On my way to the Art Institute last night, to see the winners of this year’s Chicago Prize, and for the lecture by Marion Weiss – of recent Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle fame, (more on both events later) I looked up, as I always do, and saw


One South Dearborn by Jim DeStefano, Rick Keating and Partners, beaming the colors of the Super Bowl – bound Chicago Bears over the stately Michigan Avenue streetwall. Even if you don’t know what they’re for, the colors spread cheer on a cold winter night.
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01/26/2007

Return to the Jazz Age?

On my way to the Art Institute last night, to see the winners of this year’s Chicago Prize, and for the lecture by Marion Weiss – of recent Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle fame, (more on both events later) I looked up, as I always do, and saw


One South Dearborn by Jim DeStefano, Rick Keating and Partners, beaming the colors of the Super Bowl – bound Chicago Bears over the stately Michigan Avenue streetwall. Even if you don’t know what they’re for, the colors spread cheer on a cold winter night.
-E

01/26/2007

Return to the Jazz Age?

On my way to the Art Institute last night, to see the winners of this year’s Chicago Prize, and for the lecture by Marion Weiss – of recent Olympic Sculpture Park in Seattle fame, (more on both events later) I looked up, as I always do, and saw


One South Dearborn by Jim DeStefano, Rick Keating and Partners, beaming the colors of the Super Bowl – bound Chicago Bears over the stately Michigan Avenue streetwall. Even if you don’t know what they’re for, the colors spread cheer on a cold winter night.
-E