A Salt Lake City house designed by Mies student, draftsman, and assistant, John Sugden, has been listed for sale.
An IIT alum, Sugden worked on Farnsworth House and the 860-880 Lake Shore apartments before setting up practice in his home state of Utah. He also worked with Ludwig Hilberseimer. Sugden’s work was influenced by both his modernist training and his immersion in the rugged Utah landscape.› Read more
In addition to the 39 films that will be screened at next week’s Architecture & Design Film Festival, there are a host of events to get people thinking and talking about architecture.
Tickets are on sale now!› Read more
Thursday, April 28th is IPRO Day on the IIT campus.
IIT’s Interprofessional Projects Program (IPRO) tasks interdisciplinary teams of students—often pairing them with a corporate or community sponsor—with solving real-world problems in engineering research, process improvement, sustainability, service learning and venture development.
This year’s projects range from vertical farming to renovating the old Ramova Theater in Bridgeport to piston pin manufacturing to bringing laptops to kids in Haiti.
Judges are volunteers from Chicago’s professional community.
We’re secretly pulling for our friends in IPRO 333 who helped come up with our favorite coffee, Mies van der Roast.
Thursday’s event will be held in the Hermann Hall Conference Center (the HUB).› Read more