“The past 12 months saw the completion of Zaha Hadid’s condos in New York, Amazon’s plant-filled Spheres in Seattle, and a surprising McDonald’s restaurant in Chicago. US editor Dan Howarth continues our review of 2018 with these and more of America’s most interesting architecture from this year.”
“Fast-food chain McDonald’s replaced its iconic Rock N Roll restaurant in Chicago with a building by Ross Barney Architects that is “unlike any in the company’s portfolio”.
The steel and timber structure boasts a number of sustainable elements, including a canopy of solar panels, and was compared to tech giant Apple’s stores by several news outlets.”
View the other 9 projects, with work by Tadao Ando, Deborah Berke Partners, Thomas Phifer Partners, NBBJ, and Brooks + Scarpa, at dezeen.com.