News by tag: Ross Barney Architects

UNIVERSITY OF IOWA VISUAL ARTS BUILDING, Iowa City, Iowa by Steven Holl Architects (Photo: Iwan Baan)
The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies have announced the winners of the 23rd American Architecture Awards.
Chicago Riverwalk (Photo: Kate Joyce Studios)
Following the success of the multi-phase Chicago Riverwalk designed by Ross Barney Architects, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced the Chicago Urban River Edges Ideas Lab, which "will engage architectural firms to explore ideas for the development of Chicago's public river edges."
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The Chicago Riverwalk

Works29. October 2015
By: Ross Barney Architects
Chicago Illinois, USA - 2015
Photo: Kate Joyce Studios
The goal of embracing the Chicago River as a recreational amenity seemed impossible years ago given the river's high levels of pollution. But today that vision is becoming a reality.
Carol Ross Barney in front of a model of the OSU South Campus Central Chiller Plant (Photo: Chicago Architecture Foundation)
Chicago architect Carol Ross Barney has been named the recipient of the 2015 Gold Medal from the Illinois Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Photo: John Hill/World-Architects
Memorial Day Weekend saw the opening of a two-block stretch of the Chicago Riverwalk, one of the most anticipated projects in the midwestern city. The riverwalk is designed by Ross Barney Architects (with Sasaki Associates), which World-Architects recently visited.
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CTA Cermak-McCormick Station

Works19. May 2015
Photo: Kate Joyce
The Cermak – McCormick Place station serves the country’s largest convention center and a stretch of the Green Line that has been without a station since 1978.
Photo: Courtesy of JGMA
The State of the Art in Architecture is the theme of the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial, which gets underway in just over five months. To get a sense of the state of architecture in the city, we take a look at 15 buildings from the last 15 years.
Image: Courtesy of Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ASCA)
Gender equality in architecture has been an increasing concern in recent years, most overtly since Denise Scott Brown called for a retroactive Pritzker Prize in 2013. To get some impressions on the current state of women in the architecture profession, we surveyed eleven women-owned, World-Architects member firms.