Posts Tagged ‘joseph altshuler’

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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Reflecting on the Ethical Redevelopment Salon Series

Seated audience gathered around presenters at the first Ethical Redevelopment Salon Session

This text first appeared in “Ethical Redevelopment Salon Sessions: Written Reflections,” published by The University of Chicago and Place Lab. It documents our experience participating in the year-long Salon Series and our ambitions for architects to promote equity within the urban environment. Learn more about Place Lab’s work and the 9 Principles of Ethical Redevelopment…

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Ethical Redevelopment Salon Sessions Start

Taylor Holloway, Terran Wilson, Morgan Martison, Emma Jasinski, and Joseph Altshuler seated at a table smiling

LBBA joins a year-long discussion on Ethical Redevelopment through a series of workshops and public convenings initiated by the University of Chicago’s Place Lab. Learn more here: placelab.uchicago.edu/ethical-redevelopment

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Jeff and Joseph join in ChiCAT Design Charrette

Young ChiCAT charrette participants presenting brainstorm ideas

On Saturday, the Chicago Center for Arts & Technology (ChiCAT) hosted a design charrette for their state-of-the-art school and community center in the near west side of Chicago. The rehabilitated 4-story building is equipped with a performance space, art gallery, computer lab, and other facilities that cater to the arts. ChiCAT will provide after-school programs…

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 Dear Architecture,

“When we do things together, I often forget whose idea was whose.” LBBA’s Joseph Altshuler’s recent open letter to architecture and accompanying drawing are part of Blank Space’s newest publication, ‘Dear Architecture.’ The humorous, compelling, and imaginative work has us excited to check out the rest of the book. In collaboration with Zachary Morrison.    

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