Chicago Architecture Biennial Installations


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 Chicago Architecture Biennial Installation (Chicago Cultural Center pictured)(click on image to enlarge)


The inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial (October 3, 2015 – January 3, 2016) was a global exhibition of contemporary architecture, showcasing the visionary ideas of 100 architects and designers from 30 countries. Although the Biennial has closed, several installations will remain on view at the Chicago Cultural Center, including:

  • Piranesi Circus (Atelier Bow-Wow – Tokyo, Japan); Atrium, Ongoing
  • Passage (SO-IL – New York City, U.S.) feat. photography by Iwan Baan – Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Ramp, Ongoing










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