1. themanonfive:

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House in Hyde Park (1963)

    themanonfive:

    Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House in Hyde Park (1963)

    (Source: loc.gov)

  2. Clear, blue sky + warm sunshine + lush prairie-style plants = A beautiful morning outside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Robie House at 58th & Woodlawn.

    Photography by Laura Demanski, AM’94

  3. "Brand new snow on the Mansueto, and brand new windows on Eckhardt Center. Notice how Eckhardt’s windows will reflect all the campus architecture on 57th Street; depending on where you stand, you’ll see a different view."—Elizabeth Station

  4. Quadrangles to crossroads

    New construction is about the exchange of ideas—within and beyond the campus. The University architect explains the theory behind the practice.

    —> Read the story

  5. Happy Birthday to Daniel Burnham

"Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably will not themselves be realized."

UChicago trivia—The original Crerar Library, designed by Burnham, opened April 1, 1897, in the Marshall Field building (shown). In 1981 Crerar Library’s directors agreed to consolidate its collection with UChicago’s science collection in a new building on campus, which opened September 10, 1984. 
(Photo by Henry Fuermann/Archival Photographic Files, apf2-01948, Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library)

    Happy Birthday to Daniel Burnham

    "Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably will not themselves be realized."

    UChicago trivia—The original Crerar Library, designed by Burnham, opened April 1, 1897, in the Marshall Field building (shown). In 1981 Crerar Library’s directors agreed to consolidate its collection with UChicago’s science collection in a new building on campus, which opened September 10, 1984. 

    (Photo by Henry Fuermann/Archival Photographic Files, apf2-01948, Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library)

  6. Informed fearlessness
The University turns a former seminary into a new home for economics.
—> Read the story.
(Rendering courtesy of Ann Beha Architects)

    Informed fearlessness

    The University turns a former seminary into a new home for economics.

    —> Read the story.

    (Rendering courtesy of Ann Beha Architects)

  7. Logan Center for the Arts, viewed from above
Photo by Tom Rossiter

    Logan Center for the Arts, viewed from above

    Photo by Tom Rossiter

  8. The Grey City transformed
Architects of new campus additions share the theories underlying their practice.
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    The Grey City transformed

    Architects of new campus additions share the theories underlying their practice.

    —> Read the story

  9. uchicagoadmissions:

A birds-eye view, by Cathay Z. (Class of 2014)

    uchicagoadmissions:

    A birds-eye view, by Cathay Z. (Class of 2014)

  10. Cobb Hall, 1891

    Cobb Hall, 1891