3.1 Philip Lim

Contract Design Magazine September 2014 Pop-up stores are equal parts theater, art installation, marketing, and merchandise, deploying high-concept retail environments for short periods of time to create an event, often one in which buzz is as important as sales. But what happens when the event horizon is accelerated from just a few months to just a few weeks? One answer is 3.1 Phillip Lim Microcosm pop-up at the Shi
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Destination Unknown

Changes on track for Chicago’s historic Pullman neighborhood. Architects Newspaper June 2015 Two months after President Obama declared the historic company town of Pullman, Illinois a national monument, a group of architects, planners, and preservationists are examining ways to balance economic development and historic preservation in the newly protected neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. The National Parks
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New Generations of Glass and Stone

Three University of Chicago projects evolve Collegiate Neo-Gothic in subtle ways Chicago Architect March/April 2015 All adaptive reuse projects have to confront how you represent and revise architecture of two distinct time periods. But in an adaptive reuse project where the original building was done in a historicist style, the problem is more complex: How do you draw attention and tasteful contrast between the new,
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