Posts Tagged ‘peter landon’

Parkside + Burnham Win Precast Design Awards

PCI recently announced their 2016 Design Award winners, recognizing project designs by three categories: special, building, and transportation. Landon Bone Baker Architects was honored to receive the 2016 Design Award Specials: All Precast Concrete for Terrace 459 at Parkside of Old Town and Burnham at Woodlawn Park, making the projects co-winners. In addition to the award, Terrace…

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Teens Tour City Gardens

Teens from the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s After School Matters were taken on a tour of nearly-completed City Gardens as part of their research in affordable housing! Joined by Jason Hill of Michaels Development Company, Pete Landon and Trish Girdwood introduced the students to LBBA’s work, opportunities for them in the field, and community-based design approaches which included role-playing and…

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Peter Landon Honored Recipient of 2016 SAH Design Excellence Award

Firm founder and principal Peter Landon has been awarded for his Excellence in Design, Planning, and Sustainability from the Society of Architectural Historians. Recognized at SAH’s 7th annual Awards Gala, the event’s honorees also included philanthropist Richard H. Driehaus for Architectural Stewardship and Sarah Herda, director of the Graham Foundation, for Public Engagement with the Built Environment.…

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Drawing Tiny Homes at SkyART

Pete and Emma visited SkyART to talk to 7-9 year old art students about what architects do and had them draw tiny house floor plans. So much imagination packed into every square foot!

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“Social Mix” at Archeworks Agendas 01

Join us Thursday at Archeworks to see work by local architects that are “challenging conventions, approaching dilemmas, and defining new tools and methods.” Pete Landon and Tyler Brown will be presenting Terrace 459 at Parkside of Old Town, the newest mixed-income development at former Cabrini Green. RSVP THE TEMPLE OF ALL RELIGIONS Vaidotas Vaiciulis – REX New York WASTE ACTIVISM Nicolette…

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LBBA Hosts Youth Career Day for Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation

Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation (PBMR), a restorative justice center on the South Side of Chicago, visited our office today with a group of 4 young men between the ages of 13-16 who are participating in their 6-week summer program. PBMR primarily serves court-involved and at-risk boys from the Back of the Yards and Englewood neighborhoods.…

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Local AIA Programs Advance Leadership, Mentorship Among Architects

To help architects take the extra step of being a leader in their community and engaging the public as a member of the profession, AIA Illinois and AIA Chicago are offering programs aimed at developing leadership skills and sharing experiences through mentorship. LBBA has participated in some of the local Illinois and Chicago chapters’ most…

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Peter Landon Participates in ‘Wisdom from the Field’ Panel

Earlier this month, AIA Chicago’s Community Interface Committee welcomed the 2011 Latrobe Prize-winning authors of “Wisdom from the Field: Public Interest Architecture in Practice” to discuss what makes today’s public interest practices work. LBBA’s Peter Landon, an interviewee during their research, was a featured speaker in the afternoon session. He later joined John Syvertsen (Cannon…

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