Chicago Architecture Biennial
The time for the Chicago Architecture Biennial has arrived. Curated by arts collective Floating Museum, they define "the city is the site", expanding the biennial beyond "foam models, scale drawings, and manifestos stuck onto walls." (Wallpaper Mag). In line with that premise, the site of the future DuSable Park now features a large piece that poses questions to visitors, constructed by Ross Barney Architects.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial announces the 2023 participants
Carol Ross Barney with collaborators Ryan Gann and DuSable Park Design Alliance will participate in CAB 5: This is a Rehearsal.
Stay tuned for more information as the project unfolds. The biennial will be on view from September 21, 2023 through January 2, 2024.
Click here to see the full list of the participants.
ReCovered: Chicago's Urban Tree Canopy
ReCovered explores the impact of trees – from quality of life to quality of air – on the urban dweller’s experience.
Come see the magical role that trees play in our City on view at the Chicago Architecture Center through October 2023.
Click here to learn more.
Chicago Architecture Center - Missing Middle
Ross Barney Architects is excited to be one of the 42 firms shortlisted for the City of Chicago and Chicago Architecture Center housing competition “Come Home”. Click here to read more about the initiative.