April 21, 2015 - Chicago Architecture Biennial - Participants announced
April 21, 2015

Participants announced

Photo: 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial.

Chicago Architecture Biennial
October 3, 2015–January 3, 2016

Press & professional preview: October 1–2, 2015
Public opening weekend: October 3–4, 2015

www.chicagoarchitecturebiennial.org

The Chicago Architecture Biennial has announced a robust list of architecture firms and artists who will convene in Chicago this fall for the largest international survey of contemporary architecture in North America.

Over 60 studios—representing more than 30 countries, across 6 continents—were selected by Biennial Co-Artistic Directors Joseph Grima and Sarah Herda, who are supported by an advisory committee comprising David Adjaye, Elizabeth Diller, Jeanne Gang, Frank Gehry, Sylvia Lavin, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Lord Peter Palumbo, and Stanley Tigerman

2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial participants
*list in formation

Al Borde (Quito, Ecuador), allzone / Rachaporn Choochuey (Bangkok), Andreas Angelidakis (Athens), Andrés Jaque / Office for Political Innovation (Madrid / New York), ArandaLasch (Tucson, Arizona / New York), Assemble (London), Atelier Bow-Wow (Tokyo), Iwan Baan (Amsterdam), Erin Besler / Besler & Sons (Los Angeles), Tatiana Bilbao S.C. (Mexico City), Bjarke Ingels Group / BIG (Copenhagen), Santiago Borja (Mexico City), Carlos Bunga (Barcelona), Bureau Spectacular / Jimenez Lai (Los Angeles), Csutoras & Liando (Jakarta / London), Design With Company (Chicago), El Equipo de Mazzanti / Giancarlo Mazzanti (Bogota), Frida Escobedo (Mexico City), Didier Faustino (Paris), Moon Hoon (Seoul), Indie Architecture + Paul Preissner Architects (Denver / Chicago), John Ronan Architects (Chicago), Johnston Marklee (Los Angeles), junya.ishigami+associates (Tokyo), Kéré Architecture / Francis Kéré (Berlin), Kuehn Malvezzi (Berlin), Anne Lacaton & Jean-Philippe Vassal and Frederic Druot (Paris), Yasmeen Lari / Heritage Foundation Pakistan (Lahore, Pakistan), Lateral Office (Toronto), LIST / Ido Avissar (Paris), MAIO (Barcelona), Marshall Brown Projects (Chicago), Mass Studies / Minsuk Cho (Seoul), MOS / Michael Meredith and Hilary Sample (New York), New-Territories/M4 / François Roche & Camille Lacadee (Paris / Bangkok), NLÉ / Kunlé Adeyemi (Lagos; Amsterdam), Norman Kelley (Chicago; New York), OFFICE / Kersten Geers  David Van Severen (Brussels), Onishimaki + Hyakuda Architects (Tokyo), OPEN Architecture / Li Hu & Huang Wenjing (Beijing), Lluís Ortega / Sio2arch (Chicago / Barcelona), otherothers / David Neustein & Grace Mortlock (Sydney), Pedro&Juana (Mexico City), Pezo von Ellrichshausen (Concepcion, Chile), Plan:b Arquitectos / Felipe Mesa & Federico Mesa (Medellin, Colombia), PORT (Chicago), PRODUCTORA (Mexico City), RAAAF [Rietveld Architecture-Art-Affordances] (Amsterdam), Bryony Roberts (Los Angeles / Oslo), RUA Arquitetos (Rio de Janeiro), Rural Urban Framework (Hong Kong), SO-IL (New York), Sou Fujimoto Architects (Tokyo), studio Albori (Milan), Studio [D] Tale (Harare, Zimbabwe / Capetown / London), Studio Gang / Jeanne Gang (Chicago), TOMA (Santiago), UrbanLab / Sarah Dunn and Martin Felsen (Chicago), VTN / Vo Trong Nghia Architects (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam), WAI Architecture Think Tank (Beijing), Weathers / Sean Lally (Chicago), Amanda Williams (Chicago), WORKac+ Ant Farm / Amale Andraos & Dan Wood, Chip Lord & Curtis Schreier (New York)

About the Chicago Architecture Biennial
The Chicago Architecture Biennial, to take place October 3, 2015 through January 3, 2016, will provide a platform for groundbreaking architectural projects and spatial experiments that demonstrate how creativity and innovation can radically transform our lived experience.  Through a constellation of exhibitions, full-scale installations, and a program of events, the Biennial will invite the public to engage with and think about architecture in new and unexpected ways, and to take part in a global discussion on the future of the field. The inaugural edition takes its title, The State of the Art of Architecture, from a 1977 conference organized by Chicago architect Stanley Tigerman, which invited leading American designers to Chicago to discuss the current state of the field. 

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