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SAIC students sweep the Amita Design Challenge, 24 hour hackathon!
SAIC students won first and second prizes, over the University of Chicago, Northwestern, UIC, Harper College, IIT, Governors State University, NIU, Dominican University and DePaul University.
Associate Professor Pablo Garcia, who teaches in the School's Contemporary Practices and Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects department
A compact cold-brewer and a tea steeper doubling as a maze caught the attention of two prominent retailers, garnering top awards for Architecture, Interior A
Faculty member Linda Keane led a workshop with Chicago Public School Jameson Elementary's 6th grade girls
Odile Compagnon, won the Pella Crafted Luxury Peoples Choice Award at the 7th Annual Small Projects LARGE PARTY
On Friday, April 28, students and alumni convened in room 327 of the Sharp Building to compete in the annual MakeWork Challenge.
Gaynor was recently interviewed by Régine Debatty, writer, curator, critic, and founder of we-make-money-not-art.com
Salone del Mobile, Milan's annual furniture fair held during the city's Design Week, featured a 10th straight appearance from the School of the Art Institute
Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects alum Jason Salavon (MFA 1997) will be the first artist to integrate his work into a recently unveil
SAIC faculty and alum Sharon Burdett (MFA 2005, Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects) has won the 2017 Startup Challenge for her inventi
Thomas Kong's shortlisted entry for the Next Helsinki international architectural competition was published in the book, The Helsinki Effect: Public Alternatives to the Guggenheim Model of Culture-Driven Development.
The Urban Orchard Project is an educational, environmental, and human initiative that changes our relationship with death.
Newcity recently released its 2017 "Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago" featuring the designers, curators, organizers, and educators who majorly influenc
Architect and MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang is the founding principal of Studio Gang, an architecture and urbanism collective in Chicago and New York.
Internationally-acclaimed SAIC faculty members and alumni round out the list of architects and designers assigned to Jackson Park's forthcoming Obama Preside
Designboom presented the 2017 shortlist for the Lexus D
Ann Lui's and Craig Reschke's Future Firm's project "Rebel Garages" was awarded a grant from the City of Chicago's IncentOvate grants, through Chicago Architectural Foundation, to conduct planning to lead toward a pop-up event/festival.
Paola Aguirre recognized as one of Impact Design Hub's "40 under 40"
AIADO Fall 2016: Semester in Review
Sharing Models: Manhattanisms invited 30 international architects to produce models of their own visions for the city’s future.
Congratulations to Violet Forest, Norman Teague, and Gabriella Michelle Smith as the top award receivers.
Douglas Pancoast featured in New City's Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago 2016.
Norman Teague (MFA DESOB 2016) was featured by Metropolis Magazine for his Sinmi Stool.
Thomas Kong has been invited by the Aformal Academy to participate in the 2015/16 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture in Shenzhen, China.
This fall's graduate and undergraduate critiques were an exciting end to the semester.
Juan Garcia Mosqueda founded Chamber, a curated art and design boutique in Chelsea, NYC IN 2013.
An exhibition that runs through December 19 at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries has been featured by Landscape Architecture magazine and The Dirt blog.
Smith specializes in design curation and exhibition design, working with regional manufacturers to develop work by independent designers
The Venture Studio, with support from the Chicago Innovation Exchange and Kickstarter, examines contemporary art and design entrepreneurship.
Andrew Santa Lucia is an architect and writer based in Chicago. He is the founder of AND/OR US, focusing on architectural research, activism and design speculation; as well as ASquared Buildings and Objects, focusing on professional design-build services.
SAIC artists are invited to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to address issues regarding juvenile justice.
Douglas Pancoast helped coordinate the installation of eight 3,000- to 9,000-pound limestones in Millennium Park for a project called Rock.
Array of Things is an urban sensing instrument that will serve as a fitness tracker for the city.
Sen Chang (BFA 2010) designs the world’s thinnest and lightest solar charger.
SAIC hosted the Learn x Design International Conference from June 28–30.
Nick Franco makes paintings using microscopic images from his dermatologist father’s medical books
Klecha is a former national President of AIAS and a Senior Designer at dPOP Design in Detroit, Michigan.
Charlie Klecha promotes professional licensure for architecture in "7-in-7" campaign
Steve Haulenbeek's Ice-Cast Bronze series is highlighted for experimental design.
Through a yearlong interaction and partnership with Chicago based artist and developer Theaster Gates, the studio which eventually became known as Back of the House, became a breeding ground of non-conventional approaches to being and making in Chicago.
SAIC Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects Faculty Member Thomas Kong has been recognized for his entry to the Next Helsinki international architecture competition.
L’arco Baleno features the series of designed objects that debuted recently at the gallery Spazio Rossana Orlandi in Milan.
SAIC students from the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects program present a collection of furniture and objects at Milano Salone
Newcity features 14 SAIC community figures in its annual Design 50 issue.
In an ongoing collaboration with Swarovski, SAIC student work is featured in the Swarovski anniversary retrospective in New York.
New AIADO director Jonathan Solomon discusses future plans for the program.
The tech-focused website, Wired, recently ran a story on the Array of Things, a collaboration between the Urban Center for Computation and Data at the University of Chicago, Argonne National Laboratory, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Chicago Tribune Blue Sky Innovation features SAIC's use of new technologies and traditional methods of making.
Fifteen full-time faculty joined the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) working across a range of departments.
On October 16 the Architect's Newspaper highlighted the Butler-VanderLinden Lecture on Architecture delivered by 2013 Pritzker Laureate Toyo Ito—co-organized by SAIC's Visiting Artists Program
NY Times writer Alice Rawsthorn highlights practical youth-oriented design courses co-founded by SAIC alumna Emily Pilloton (MFA 2005)