Exhibition Opening & 2016 Chicago Prize Winner Announcement


In partnership with the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF), the Chicago Architectural Club (CAC) invites to the announcement of the 2016 Chicago Prize Competition winners along with the opening of the exhibition On The EDGE.

The opening event will take place at the Chicago Architecture Foundation, today at 6:30pm. On The EDGE shows the winning competition entries along with further selected submissions. Projects will remain on exhibition throughout the Spring.
For the 2016 Chicago Prize, the Chicago Architectural Club (CAC) has called for visionary proposals engaging Chicago’s Lakefront that reimagine and speculate its scape.

Information on the exhibition opening including the 2016 Chicago Prize Brief, can be found at http://www.chicagoarchitecturalclub.org.

March 8th, 2017 at 6:30pm: Exhibition Opening Event
Please RSVP at chicagoprize2016@chicagoarchitecturalclub.org

Chicago Architecture Foundation at 224 S Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60604.

The history of the Chicago Architectural Club runs side-by-side with the development of the Chicago school of architecture. From its founding in 1885 as an architectural sketch club, to today’s rich schedule of discussions, competitions and exhibitions, the CAC has consistently championed the work of Chicago architects, as well as fostering ongoing, vigorous debate on fundamental issues of art and practice. Today, the CAC has rededicated itself to carrying forward Chicago’s robust architectural legacy into a new century. For further information visit http://www.chicagoarchitecturalclub.org and at Facebook.


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