Posts Tagged ‘planning’

Peter Landon Honored Recipient of 2016 SAH Design Excellence Award

Peter Landon giving speech at SAH's 7th annual Awards Gala

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.…

Read More

Savoy Square

2616 Savoy Square 4

The second phase of the Robert Taylor Hope VI Revitalization consists of 220 residential units and a community center on a site of approximately 15 acres. The site is located on the South Side of Chicago and is bounded by 43rd  Street to the North, 45th Street to the South, State Street to the East…

Read More

Archer Courts

9801 Archer Phase 2 Rendering

When the Eisenhower Expressway cut its path from the city to the western suburbs, the considerable displacement was eased in part by a group of city–state housing developments called “Courts.” Archer Courts (one of eight Court projects), was built in 1951 on the corner of Archer and Princeton streets in Chinatown. It consisted of 2…

Read More