City Works: Provocations for Chicago’s Urban Future,Drawing Detail of “Free Water District” by UrbanLab: Free-Water-District: A shared megastructure-scaled public/private land/water partnership to revitalize the post-industrial landscape of the Great Lakes region.

City Works: Provocations for Chicago’s Urban Future,Drawing Detail of “Free Water District” by UrbanLab: Free-Water-District: A shared megastructure-scaled public/private land/water partnership to revitalize the post-industrial landscape of the Great Lakes region.

Chicago Has Loads of Surreal, Never-Built Visionary Architecture

Chicago Has Loads of Surreal, Never-Built Visionary Architecture

HOK's masterplan design for Water Garden City in Bahrain

HOK's masterplan design for Water Garden City in Bahrain

Stanley Tigerman offers a rumination on shelter in both the spatial and spiritual sense with “Displacement of the Gridiron with the Cloister.” His target is the “ineffable in architecture,” which is philosophical enough to mean many things to many people who might have very different ideas of the city’s urban aspirations.

Gallery of City Works: Provocations for Chicago’s Urban Future - 3

Stanley Tigerman offers a rumination on shelter in both the spatial and spiritual sense with “Displacement of the Gridiron with the Cloister.” His target is the “ineffable in architecture,” which is philosophical enough to mean many things to many people who might have very different ideas of the city’s urban aspirations.

Moscow International Financial Centre – Sasaki Associates, Inc

Moscow International Financial Centre – Sasaki Associates, Inc

Image 8 of 8 from gallery of The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman Exhibition / Graham Foundation in Chicago. © Stanley Tigerman, American, born 1930, The Titanic, 1978, Photomontage on paper, Approx. 28 x 35.7 cm, Gift of Stanley Tigerman, 1984.802, The Art Institute of Chicago. Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago

Gallery of The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman Exhibition / Graham Foundation in Chicago - 8

Image 8 of 8 from gallery of The Architecture of Stanley Tigerman Exhibition / Graham Foundation in Chicago. © Stanley Tigerman, American, born 1930, The Titanic, 1978, Photomontage on paper, Approx. 28 x 35.7 cm, Gift of Stanley Tigerman, 1984.802, The Art Institute of Chicago. Photography © The Art Institute of Chicago

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