Posts Tagged ‘hope dinsmore’

IFF Access Housing wins AIA/HUD Secretary’s Housing and Community Design Award for Housing Accessibility: Alan J. Rothman Award

IFF Access Housing 2032 W Dickens rehab elevation

LBBA is proud to announce IFF Access Housing received the 2019 AIA/HUD Secretary’s Housing and Community Design Award for Housing Accessibility: Alan J. Rothman Award. The award recognizes projects that demonstrate excellence in improving housing accessibility for people with disabilities. Developed by IFF, IFF Access Housing utilizes previously vacant lots and foreclosed homes to provide…

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My Block My Hood My City Exploration Program

Landon Bone Baker Architects Hope Dinsmore assisting My Block My Hood My City Students with the Create Document Activity

Yesterday we hosted the My Block My Hood My City (M3) Explorers for the second time and had lots of fun showing them a brief overview of architecture and introducing them to the work we do here at LBBA. M3 explorers program provides underprivileged youth opportunities and awareness beyond their neighborhood by taking the teens…

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Nelson Mandela Apartments Wins 2019 PCI Award

View of Nelson Mandela Apartments from intersection of Franklin and Troy

The Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (PCI) announced the winning projects in the 56th Annual PCI Awards today! We’re honored to receive the Multi-Family Building Award and an honorable mention in the All-Precast Concrete Solution Award category for Nelson Mandela Apartments. Awards will be presented at the 2019 PCI convention in Louiville, Kentucky, during the PCI Design Awards Reception…

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ChiCAT Honored at the 24th CNDA Ceremony

ChiCAT team at the 24th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards

Yesterday, April 5th, 2018, LISC Chicago hosted the 24th Annual Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards (CNDA) honoring nine organizations for their contribution to community development and architectural design. We’re proud to announce that ChiCAT, a state-of-the-art school and community center in Chicago’s near west side, received The Second Place Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural…

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