A Lot You Got to Holler is dead! For our last episode, we look ahead to Chicago architecture and urbanism to come: The Obama Library! 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial! Neoliberalism! Ben lets us in on how Uber but for architecture will work in the utopian future. (It’s actually not terrible, we promise!). Zach looks back on his own checkered past as a naive proponent of not so great Postmodernism. Finally, we toast to the real A Lot You Got to Holler journey: the friends we made along the way. (That’s you.) WE OUT.
Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago 2020 This year’s Design 50 highlights Chicago’s creatives—those who give us boundary-pushing work, immersive experiences and all-around impeccable design.
Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago 2018 Like a shared urban workspace, ours is a city of communication and collaboration that brings together extraordinary artists, designers, makers and entrepreneurs to help one another grow their creative vision as they elevate the city’s art, design and culture scene.
The Conversation: Howard Tullman, Chicago's Entrepreneur-in-Chief Howard Tullman is stepping down as CEO of 1871 in a few months, and even though he's in his early seventies and has a lifetime of entrepreneurial achievements behind him, our conversation spent no time on the retirement motifs of golf, annuities or recreational travel.
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