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  1. 1. Selected Projects
  2. 2. Commercial Projects
  3. 3. 250 S. Wacker Chicago, Illinois LEED Registered A 16 story 270,000 sf office building across from the Sears Tower was renovated into office condominiums. The masonry and concrete exterior has been entirely re-clad with metal panels and white opaque glass. Windows were replaced throughout and the existing glass entry atrium was reconfigured and re-glazed in a modern and inviting manner. The white glazed ‘feature wall’ resolves the numerous configurations of the building’s volumes and recognizes it’s location on the corner of a major urban intersection. The Ground Floor office lobby presents a serene mix of materials, forms and lighting. The sleek use of stone, wood and cove lighting planes underscore the modern simplicity and elegance of the project. The building’s exterior geometry and finishes are allowed to penetrate the lobby, thereby blending the interior and exterior elements into a unified whole. Office level elevator lobbies and bathrooms are built out on each floor, as is a private terrace on the 16th floor. The remainder of each office floor is left unfinished to allow customization by each occupant.
  4. 4. 250 S. Wacker Chicago, Illinois LEED Registered The Ground Floor lobby of this downtown office building presents a serene mix of materials, forms and lighting. The sleek use of stone, wood and cove lighting planes underscore the modern simplicity and elegance of the interior design. The building’s exterior geometry and finishes are incorporated into the lobby design, thereby blending the interior and exterior elements into a unified whole.
  5. 5. The 250 S. Wacker building was gutted to its core and remade as an environmentally sensitive structure taking full advantage of its park-like setting and sweeping views. The building was given a fresh, contemporary look by re-skinning it with a rainscreen aluminum cladding system in conjunction with a new curtain wall of energy efficient Low-E windows. As part of the modernization that took place with the HVAC system, a perimeter Active Chilled Beam system was installed. The chilled beam system uses minimum energy, has no moving parts, is minimum maintenance, and is ceiling mounted. The system looks great, functions perfectly, and satisfies the project’s energy conservation goals. The Chilled Beam system transfers the majority of heating and cooling loads from the air distribution system to the water distribution system. Because of the building’s proximity to the Chicago River, river water is drawn into the water distribution system for the majority of the heating and cooling loads. The new building automation system controls the building’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems and reduces energy consumption by 65 percent.
  6. 6. Village Grove Community Center Elk Grove Village, Illinois North The retirement community of Village Grove in Elk Grove Village is replacing an out 9 dated Commons building with this new 10,000 sf facility 11 13 adjacent to an existing pond. The new building will 8 incorporate activity space, property management offices, 7 maintenance facilities, and social indoor and outdoor gathering areas. Group activity areas 1 such as the Community Room, 10 Exercise Room, Greenhouse and 5 6 outdoor decks face the pond East West on the eastern half of the building. The more private spaces such 4 2 as the Library, Computer Room and Offices are found along the more insular western side of the structure. A two story 11 3 open circulation spine runs south 1 10 to north linking the arrangement into a unified composition. Exterior materials are employed to convey a sense of both openness and enclosure, transparency and privacy. South Masonry on three sides of the Community Center relates to the modern style, scale and color of the surrounding Site Plan / First Floor residential townhomes. Wood siding, timber structure with expansive glazed openings and curved metal siding convey an organic and open quality towards the pond and landscape. By refining the architectural 1. Vestibule style typifying the neighboring 2. Community Room townhomes, the new building 3. Green House establishes a unique identity 4. Library by means of the creative 5. Computer Room 10 use of familiar materials. 6. Kitchen 7. Fitness Room 14 8. Laundry 9. Maintenance 13 10. Deck 11. Mechanical 13 12. Conference 13 14 13. Office 14 14. Open to Below 12 Second Floor
  7. 7. West Elevation South Elevation North Elevation East Elevation
  8. 8. Additional Commercial Projects Evanston Athletic Club (with ohlson lavoie corporation) 1723 Benson Avenue Evanston, Illinois The Professional Image 700 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois Service Merchandise 1601 W. School Street Chicago, Illinois Brunswick-Zone Palatine 519 Consumers Avenue Palatine, Illinois Zoom Advertising 925 W. Chicago Avenue Chicago, Illinois United Colors of Benetton Chicago Corporate Office Chicago, Illinois Capi’s Italian Kitchen Navy Pier Chicago, Illinois Office Max 2660 W. 95th Street Evergreen Park, Illinois
  9. 9. Professional Building Naperville Green Naperville, Illinois 700 N. Sacramento Blvd. 700 N. Sacramento Blvd. Chicago, Illinois Randolph Office Supply 1034 W. Belmont Chicago, Illinois
  10. 10. Residential Projects
  11. 11. The Curve Chicago, Illinois The residential development of a 110,000 sf South Loop site will include 600 dwellings above a 50,000 sf base consisting of retail and parking. The Curve is intended to be a major addition to the Printer’s Row neighborhood and unlike several other residential towers planned for the area, The Curve will offer both condominium and townhouse style residences. The roof of the commercial / parking base will function as an amenity deck for the residences, offering recreational areas that will include outside space, community rooms and a pool. The sweeping curve of the tower acts as a large scale urban gesture, maximizing dramatic views from within while giving the development its signature image and name. The five story commercial base reinforces the appropriate urban edge along the Clark Street corridor, while creating the raised open courtyard which becomes the unique gathering point of the project.
  12. 12. Catalpa Gardens Chicago, Illinois New Homes Magazine - “Chicago’s Best New Mid-Rise, 2005” Catalpa Gardens consists of three eleven story residential towers located on a landscaped parking base and connected by enclosed glass bridges. 126 condominium dwellings with terraces, balconies or roof penthouses comprise this colorful urban development. Units range in size from 657 - 1,408 sf and share common amenities such as garden terraces, rooftop fitness and community rooms, a dog walk and lake views. The colorful palette of the building’s exterior assures it as a neighborhood landmark. The modern detailing compliments the structure’s massing so as not to overpower the subtle elements of the design.
  13. 13. 1225 W. Jackson Tower Chicago, Illinois The Jackson Boulevard Development consists of a new 30 story condominium tower with 207 residential dwellings atop a six story base of 233 enclosed parking spaces. An urban collage in terms of massing, the low and tall elements of the building reflect the structures found in the neighborhood. The building is located on the property to allow for a new ground level public park to the east. The six story parking structure will have a landscaped roof that will connect to interior residential common space at the same level. Cantilevered balconies and numerous window configurations add a dynamic distinction to the development. A slim roof canopy caps the building’s strong presence.
  14. 14. Union Square Chicago, Illinois The residential development of an entire city block in downtown Chicago included construction of a new building and the renovation and addition to an existing building. Union Square is a secure courtyard community composed of two buildings with parking below grade. The first building, an existing six story industrial structure, was renovated and enlarged to include four new ‘Penthouse’ floors. The second building, a new five story structure, was designed in a complimentary manner to maintain a consistent and unified image for the entire project. Bounded by Orleans, Hubbard, Kinzie and Franklin Streets, Union Square provides 217 loft dwellings that range between 700 and 2,000 sf. At 240,000 sf of residential area, the remodeling of the original building was a combination of restoration and new construction. The lower six floors of the building’s exterior were sympathetically restored, maintaining the detail and articulation of the original design. The four newly constructed ‘Penthouse’ floors were set back from the original structure on the courtyard side of the development. Incorporating the rhythm and detail of the original structure, the new floors seamlessly link the new construction to the existing building and complete the composition with a subtle ornamental gesture at the top. The five story newly constructed residential loft building maintains the consistency of the original structure’s design concept, incorporating similar design features to reinforce the unified image of the entire development. The ‘U’ shape plan of the new building maintains the appropriate urban edge along the sidewalk, while creating the interior open courtyard which becomes the unique focal point of the project.
  15. 15. West End Townhomes 6951-61 N. Western Chicago, Illinois Western Avenue Elevation Courtyard Courtyard Elevation
  16. 16. Single Family Residence Chicago, Illinois This 4,000 sf city residence employs traditional detailing in a contemporary reinterpreta-tion of the Victorian urban dwelling. While encouraging a sense of horizontal and vertical connection, the plan articulates individual rooms and spatial sequences with columns and soffits. The axial arrangement permits space to be visually borrowed from adjacent rooms and stairways. The Second Floor Master Suite includes Bedroom and Library and is linked by a Gallery overlooking the Dining Room. Exterior detailing employs numerous textures and colors in a stylistic reference to the building’s context. The facade refines architectural themes that typify neighboring homes, establishing a unique identity through the quality and character of the materials.
  17. 17. Dunes House Ogden Dunes, Indiana This 2,500 sf single family Screen Porch Deck residence employs familiar materials to blend into the Garage forested environment atop Utility an Indiana sand dune. The dwelling encourages both a Living horizontal and vertical connection to the site, Foyer projecting upward as one approaches from the street, while stepping down the dune as the house extends into Deck the landscape. The plan articulates the private and public Lower Level sectors of the home with bedrooms located in the tower portion and living rooms and outdoor decks extending into Deck nature. The axial arrangement Study Bedrm of the public living areas permits space to be visually borrowed from adjacent rooms, stairways and overlooks. Dining Open to Living The Master Suite atop the tower Bedrm includes a private deck with views toward Lake Michigan. Additional Bedrooms and a Study are located below Deck on the Main Level. Timber columns and beams enclose the Kitchen, Dining and sunken Main Level Living Room and are surrounded by sliding glass doors opening out to wood decks. A screen porch can be accessed from the Deck Bar adjacent the Living Room. Exterior detailing employs numerous wood sidings and colors in a stylistic Master Closet reference to the building’s Bedrm context. The facade refines architectural themes that typify neighboring homes, establishing a unique identity through the quality and character of the materials. Upper Level South Elevation West Elevation
  18. 18. North Elevation East Elevation Site Plan
  19. 19. Additional Residential Projects 2523 N. Greenview Chicago, Illinois 315 N. Elm Hinsdale, Illinois 1700 - 08 W. Wellington Chicago, Illinois
  20. 20. 2521 - 25 N. Greenview Chicago, Illinois 1630 Ashland Evanston, Illinois 612 N. Brunner Hinsdale, Illinois
  21. 21. Institutional Projects
  22. 22. Institutional Projects Helen M. Gavin Center for Health and Fitness (with eva maddox associates) Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Chicago, Illinois Pathology Lab and Lecture Room Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Office of Medical Education Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Abbott Hall Ground Floor Renovations Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Coffee House Lake Forest College Lake Forest, Illinois Elder Hall Renovations and Addition Northwestern University Evanston, Illinois
  23. 23. Renovation Projects
  24. 24. The Tower Lofts Chicago, Illinois Chicago Sun-Times Residential Real Estate Award for Excellence, 1995 The renovation of a vacant Lakeview neighborhood Department Store into a mixed use development provides 80 loft dwellings ranging from 875 to 1,800 sf. The seven story Tower Lofts, bounded by Lincoln, Belmont, Ashland and School Street, is a ‘First Chicago School’ structure that had been unsympathetically remodeled during its tenure as Wieboldt’s north side department store. Totalling 120,000 sf of residential area, the project focused on returning the building’s exterior to the original clear structural expression, including meticulous replication of numerous ornamental features and details. Corrugated metal siding was stripped from the facade and replaced with new windows and projecting steel balconies. Sandblasted concrete and masonry interior structure provides a contrasting framework for new construction, complementing the original character of the building. Individual dwelling units contain a Kitchen and Bathroom core positioned to promote an open loft environment. Enclosed parking is located in the Basement, while the 34,000 sf First Floor is occupied by a single commercial tenant.
  25. 25. The Harrison Street Lofts Chicago, Illinois The renovation of an existing ten story industrial building in Chicago’s Printer’s Row neighborhood takes advantage of the unique location in its conversion to a fourteen story residential loft development. Four new ‘Penthouse’ floors were added to the building, affording spectacular unobstructed views of Chicago’s south side. The Harrison Street Lofts, bounded by Harrison and Clark Streets, provides 60 dwellings ranging from 875 to 2,564 sf. Totalling 120,000 sf of residential area, the project focused on restoring the building’s original exterior detail, while adding four terraced floors in a sympathetic manner to the structure’s clear structural expression. Fire escapes, windows and miscellaneous brackets, ducts and flues were stripped from the facade and replaced with new windows and projecting steel balconies. Exterior masonry was chemically cleaned and tuckpointed. Sandblasted concrete and masonry interior structure provided a contrasting framework for new construction, complementing the original character of the building. The new ‘Penthouse’ floors are set back from the south facade, giving every residence a large private terrace. Each floor is unique, with no two dwelling layouts the same. Individual dwelling units contain a Kitchen and Bathroom core positioned to promote an open loft environment. Furnaces are located in separate mechanical rooms outside the dwellings, eliminating noise and wasted closet space. Enclosed Parking is located in the building’s Basement and Second Floor, while the 5,000 sf First Floor is occupied by commercial tenants.
  26. 26. The Metalworks Lofts Chicago, Illinois Located on the corner of Diversey and Lakewood, a two story atrium becomes the primary organizational element for this residential loft renovation of a 32,000 sf industrial building. Reorienting attention away from the busy urban setting, the sky-lit atrium establishes an interior context for the arrangement of twenty residential units. Sandblasted heavy timber and masonry structure provide a contrasting framework for new construction, while retaining the original industrial character of the building. Individual dwellings are accessed off the main atrium and contain a kitchen and bathroom core positioned to promote an open loft environment. Existing heavy timber and masonry structure remains exposed while frosted wire glass windows and glass block bring light to the back of each dwelling from the atrium.
  27. 27. Bungalow Renovation Oak Park, Illinois A 3,400 sf masonry single family bungalow was renovated and enlarged to meet the growing demands of a young family. The design expands into the existing vacant attic and basement, incorporating original stain glass windows, architectural woodwork and trim into a contemporary and functional sequence of flowing space. Ground Floor living areas are open to one another while maintaining a sense of separation with soffits, columns and framed views. The front half of the home, containing Living, Dining and Music Rooms, remains the formal portion of the residence. The back of the house acts as an informal family gathering area, enhanced by the open adjacencies between Kitchen, Family and Breakfast Rooms. The Second Floor retains a greater sense of privacy and contains new Bedrooms and Bathrooms. The Master Suite includes walk-in closet, cathedral skylit ceiling and a generous Bathroom with an oversized tub. The Basement has been redesigned to incorporate a large, open play area, Bathroom and adjoining Guest Room.
  28. 28. Commercial Office Building 4619 N. Ravenswood Chicago, Illinois The remarkable transformation of an ordinary industrial/commercial building into a contemporary office structure uses metal siding and glass to achieve a transparent and dynamic result. Structural expression and simple enlarged forms articulate the facades with uncluttered clarity. Interior space becomes flooded with natural light, creating the opportunity for maximum flexibility in interior design. New mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems ensure energy efficiency while giving individual control to tenants. Re-use of the existing structure, installation of new insulated tinted glass and a new “cool’ roof contribute to make this project an environmentally sensitive modern building.
  29. 29. Historic Projects
  30. 30. 1340 North State Parkway Chicago, Illinois The meticulous restoration and addition to a historic mansion in Chicago’s Gold Coast provides for seven condominium dwellings graced with the stately presence of the original structure. Each dwelling is designed with gracious rooms , abundant natural light and private terraces or yards. Enclosed parking is provided in the Basement. The entire building was carefully restored to its original state and fitted with the essentials for modern living. The sculpted iron entry gates and marble foyer were restored. A spectacular hand carved wood staircase in the common hallway was repaired. A center light court was re-established, bringing natural light into the depths of the building. A new elevator was installed and all mechanical systems were replaced. The result is an award wining restoration of a home that recalls the lifestyle of the early 1900’s brought up to date for the next hundred years.
  31. 31. Mason Lofts Oak Park, Illinois Historic Preservation Commission of Oak Park Award, 2004 Vacant for 12 years, the former Second Presbyterian Church built in 1906 was renovated into four dwelling units. Each dwelling is configured as a loft townhome with the addition of a mezzanine level to increase square footage. The living rooms feature sixteen foot high ceilings and sky lights as well as roof terrace gardens. A major challenge to the project involved reinforcing the ground floor beam structure to allow the incorporation of parking in the basement. Preservation and retaining important historical features were also goals of the development. Mortar analysis was performed so that the repointing of exterior walls would match the existing mortar in terms of color and composition. Interior storm windows were installed so as not to interrupt the unique fenestration pattern that is a character defining feature of the facade. The project received an Honorable Mention Award from the Village of Oak Park for the sensitive restoration of the building.
  32. 32. Motor Row Lofts Chicago, Illinois Chicago Landmark Award for Preservation Excellence, 2008 New Homes Magazine - “Chicago’s Best New Loft, 2007” Located along the historic stretch of S. Michigan Avenue known as Motor Row, the rehabilitation of three historic buildings into 51 loft residences brings new life to these previously neglected structures. Freedom of space and light prevail in the redesign of these automobile dealership buildings. Originally designed by Holabird & Roche and built between 1911 and 1915, they now offer extra-high ceilings, private outdoor areas, upper level mezzanines and indoor parking. The historic quality of the three buildings is maintained through replication of original widows and masonry details. Every detail attempts to restore the original character of the exterior to its original configuration while also providing a comfortable and inviting image for the new residential use. The newly sandblasted heavy timber and masonry interior construction compliments the spacious loft environment of each dwelling. Individual units contain a Kitchen and Bathroom core while a number of units take advantage of steel balconies, interior courtyards and second story mezzanines. Common roof decks are provided, giving all residents access to exterior space.
  33. 33. CHICAGOLANDMARKS 2 0 0 8 P R E S E R VAT I O N E X C E L L E N C E AWA R D S 2301–2315 South Michigan Motor Row Historic District Adaptive Reuse and Exterior Rehabilitation Recipient: Motor Row Development Corporation These three buildings are part of the Motor Row District on Chicago’s Near South Side, considered to be the largest intact early “automobile row” in the United States. At its peak, as many as 116 different makes of automobiles were being sold on Motor Row. These three buildings were all designed by the prominent architectural firm of Holabird and Roche—the corner five-story masonry building was constructed in 1911 for the Cadillac Motor Car Company, while the three-story buildings were constructed in 1915 for Alfred Cowles and for the Saxon Automobile Company respectively. The three buildings were vacant when the developer purchased the property and converted the buildings into 52 residential units with interior parking and retail space. The project included extensive masonry repairs, new windows, new storefronts, and rooftop additions, and also preserved a historic rooftop water tank. The Motor Row District was designated a Chicago Landmark on December 13, 2000. BEFORE AFTER City of Chicago Richard M. Daley, Mayor Department of Planning and Development Arnold L. Randall, Commissioner Commission on Chicago Landmarks David R. Mosena, Chairman
  34. 34. The Kitchen Building Townhomes Ft. Sheridan, Illinois Located in the center of the historic Town of Fort Sheridan, the rehabilitation of six historic buildings into 24 townhomes brings new life to these previously neglected structures. Freedom of space and light prevail in the redesign of these utilitarian buildings. Originally designed by Holabird & Roche and built as the cooking facilities in support of the adjacent barracks, they now offer extra-high ceilings, private outdoor areas, three levels of living space and indoor parking. All dwellings have two or three Bedrooms and two and one half Baths. The historic quality of all six buildings is maintained through replication of original widows and masonry details. The new entry porches employ salvaged brick that matches the exiting building’s masonry. Every detail attempts to restore the original character of the exterior to its original configuration while also providing a comfortable and inviting image for the new residential use.
  35. 35. Interior Projects
  36. 36. 2400 N. Lakeview Avenue Chicago, Illinois Two adjacent condominium apartments were combined into a single 2,500 sf residence in a Mies Van der Rohe high rise building overlooking Lincoln Park and Lake Michigan. Primary living spaces are organized around an internal core containing bathrooms, wet bar and storage areas. The existing kitchen expands to incorporate a breakfast area within a sculptural glass block wall. The major living areas are oriented towards views overlooking the park and lakefront. Curved soffits and walls combine with glass block and lighting highlights to encourage a continuous spatial flow. Primary materials include marble and white oak flooring, custom millwork, granite counters and glass block walls.
  37. 37. The Drumlin Managenemt Company Chicago, Illinois A 3,500 sf loft space is the setting for the management office of an expressive and adventurous developer. The spatial composition of a colonnade detailed with sheet metal, roof gutters and intersecting planes of various heights and angles, establishes a formal axial plan. Private offices and conference rooms are located directly off the main axis, further articulating circulation and office zones. Plywood wall paneling in the Conference Room suggests a distinguished atmosphere while respecting the existing context within the brick and timber enclosure.
  38. 38. Evanston Athletic Club Evanston, Illinois The renovation of an existing storage building in downtown Evanston, Illinois included design of the 35,000 sf Evanston Athletic Club. Incorporating a 10,000 sf Fitness Center, three Aerobic Studios, a four lane lap pool, full service locker rooms and a rock climbing wall, the project was a challenge to remodel the old building for the new intended use. The Second Floor rock climbing wall was cut through three concrete floors and is 46 feet high. Designed in association with Ohlson Lavoie Corporation in Denver, the EAC was conceived with the intent of becoming the flagship facility for a growing chain of Chicago area fitness centers. Sandblasted concrete and masonry interior structure provides a contrasting framework for the new construction, complementing the original character of the building. New specialized mechanical and electrical systems were installed throughout for maximum efficiency and minimum maintenance.
  39. 39. Kaleidoscope Imaging Chicago, Illinois A creative work environment was required for a graphic design company’s office space at 700 N. Sacramento Blvd. The 24,300 sf office includes on-site design and production space in addition to executive offices, studios, workshop, presentation and informal employee gathering areas. The solution was realized by means of collaboration. The Kaleidoscope team worked closely with us to review several versions of the challenging program. We evaluated sizing, location and organization in order to deliver a unique and compelling design that was both imaginative and functional. The newly sandblasted heavy timber and masonry interior structure compliments the spacious environment. Partition walls of various heights, angles and colors further articulate each area. Glass block allows light to filter into internal rooms. New mechanical and electrical systems were installed, including specialized systems necessary for spray paint booth ventilation.
  40. 40. Residential Interiors The renovation of a 1,500 sf condominium in a masonry high rise overlooking Lincoln Park focuses on defining and articulating sequences of space within a two bedroom, two bathroom dwelling. The kitchen acts as a hinge to the plan, linking the entry with the circulation gallery using floor tile, curved counters and soffits. The kitchen incorporates a breakfast bar that opens to the stepped wall gallery, giving the perception of expanding space towards adjoining rooms. The living/dining area and adjacent den are conceived as formal rooms, complete with oak chair rail, crown moldings and built-in millwork. The contrast of traditional bedrooms and living rooms joined by the gallery’s dynamic flowing space gives each area distinct character and enlivens the experience of a compact dwelling. Primary materials include oak flooring throughout, oak trim, quarry tile and glass block. Two adjacent condominium apartments in a luxury high rise were combined into a single 2,500 sf residence. Occupying the southwest corner of the building, primary concern focused on reorganizing both units into a single unified configuration. A formal colonnade links the foyer with the main living area, establishing a visual connection along the major circulation spine. The result is a continuous spatial flow balanced by the rhythm of the colonnade. Primary materials include wood flooring with inset marble and carpet, custom millwork cabinets, wood trim and decorative plaster soffits.
  41. 41. Press
  42. 42. 1340 North State Parkway Chicago, Illinois
  43. 43. Chicago Tribune Sunday Home Section
  44. 44. The Kitchen Building Townhomes Ft. Sheridan, Illinois
  45. 45. Inland Architect Magazine
  46. 46. The Chandler Chicago, Illinois
  47. 47. Awards
  48. 48. Awards Awards: Chicago Association of Realtors, Good Neighbor Awards Playboy Mansion, 1995 Tower Lofts, 1996 Winthrop Apartments, 1997 The Marquise, 1998 Chicago Association of Realtors, Condo Renovation Award Tower Lofts, 1994 Chicago Association of Realtors, Historic Renovation Award The Chandler, 1994 Chicago Sun-Times, Rehab Condominium Award Tower Lofts, 1995 New Homes Magazine Chicago’s Best New Loft - Motor Row Lofts, 2007 Chicago’s Best New Homes - Catalpa Gardens, 2005 Chicago Sun-Times Residential Real Estate, Awards for Excellence Tower Lofts, 1995 Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago Gold Key Award - The Chandler, 1994 Gold Key Award - The Playboy Mansion Gold Key Award - Tower Lofts, 1996 Oak Park Historic Preservation Award Mason Lofts, 2004 Chicago Landmark Award for Preservation Excellence Motor Row Lofts, 2008
  49. 49. Exhibitions & Publications
  50. 50. Publications and Exhibits Selected Publications/ Exhibits: Updating Classic American Bungalows, Taunton Press 2002. “Cities Slicker”, Remodeling, July, 2001. “Leben im Loop (Living in the Loop)”, Bauwelt, #22/ 00, June 9, 2000. Minimal Interiors, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1999. New Uses for Obsolete Buildings, Urban Land Institute, 1996. “The Chicago and Midwest Villa,” The Chicago Athenaeum, March / April, 1996. Interior Designers’ Showcase of Color, Rockport Publishers, Inc., 1994. “New Chicago Architecture,” The Chicago Athenaeum, January, 1991. “The Chicago Villa,” Metropolitan Review, July, 1990. “Roads Not Taken: Unbuilt Architectural Commissions,” Lydon Fine Art Gallery, Chicago, 1990. Showcase of Interior Design, Vitae Publishing, Inc., 1989. “New Chicago Projects,” Metropolitan Review, September / October, 1989. “Recent Residential Designs by Chicago Architects,” The Chicago Architecture Foundation, 1984. Young Architects Forum: “Kindergarten Chats,” The Architectural League, New York, 1984. TOPS,” The Chicago Architectural Journal, Volume 3, 1983, The Art Institute of Chicago.