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Behind the Screens: Grant C. Uhlir, FAIA

“Behind the Screens” is a new series developed by AIA Chicago’s Editorial Advisory Committee to highlight the members of the chapter. ...
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A Retrospective and a Look Forward: Cynthia Weese, FAIA, Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient in Conversation with Emily Ray, AIA, Dubin Family Young Architect Award Recipient

Cynthia Weese, FAIA, AIA Chicago’s 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award honoree, meets with Emily Ray, AIA, AIA Chicago Foundation’s 2024 Dubin Family Young Architect Award recipient, and they tour two projects that have defined their careers....
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AIA Chicago Fellow 2024

The American Institute of Architects Elevates Seven Local Architects to the College of Fellows

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is elevating 7 members from AIA Chicago to its prestigious College of Fellows, AIA’s highest membership honor, for their exceptional work and contributions to architecture and society....
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Walter Street III, Member Voices

Member Voices 04: Walter D. Street III, AIA, NOMA, AICAE

AIA Chicago member, Walter Street III, AIA, NOMA, AICAE, grew up in the south end of Baltimore and move to Chicago in 1969 to study architecture. As the owner of his own firm, Walter Street Architecture, he is an experienced professional who continues to serve the Institute in a number of ways....
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AIA Chicago Issues Statement to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers® in Support of Preservation and Reuse of Damen Silos

The Damen Silos riverside property could, and should, serve the people of Chicago, enhancing opportunities for recreation, and for appreciation of our urban heritage. On Thursday, February 1, 2024, AIA Chicago Vice President of Advocacy, Natalie Hicks, AIA, spoke in support of the preservation and reuse of the Damen Silos property at 2900 South Damen Avenue in Chicago. Read the...
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AIA Chicago supports the Clean and Affordable Buildings Ordinance (CABO) Introduced in the Chicago City Council

A photo of Alderwoman Hadden of Chicago’s 49th Ward announces the introduction of the Clean and Affordable Buildings Ordinance (CABO). Credit: Illinois Green Alliance...
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