Adjunct Professor Peter Exley (Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects) was featured in Crain's Chicago Business.
The Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Interior Architecture is excited to announce the 2019-2020 Mitchell Visiting Professor—Joshua G. Stein.
Students in the class Realizing Chambord worked together to conceive designs for the unfinished Château de Chambord for an exhibit celebrating the iconic castle's 500th anniversary.
SAIC's Whatnot Studio course was recently featured in an article in Curbed, which discusses a new wave of environmentally conscious design.
SAIC's Design for Nonhuman Kinds: Toys for Elephants course was featured on an NBC 5 Chicago news segment.
Haman Cross III, artist and instructor in SAIC's Continuing Studies program and Eric Hotchkiss, lecturer in the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects, worked with youth to design the 18 holes of a mini golf course in Douglas Park.
The Chicago Architecture Biennial announced the more than 80 contributors from more than 20 countries participating in the 2019 biennial, which is titled “…and other such stories.”
Congratulations to Nathan Rennich (MArch 2019) for being the First Prize Winner of the Schiff Foundation Fellowship for Architecture for his paper “A Field Guide to Social Spaces.”
SAIC students in the Designed Objects program Whatnot Studio course, taught by Peter Oyler and Jonah Takagi, will debut their designs at WantedDesig
The Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts has released its 2019 list of individual grantees.
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