On February 12th, 2020, Managing Partner Adam Semel will join ULI Nashville for a conversation at Trevecca Nazarene University. Semel will present Lincoln Yards as a case study in contemporary urban development projects.
Throughout October, SOM led sketching sessions at Apple Michigan Avenue in Chicago as a part of The Big Draw, a month-long festival of drawing hosted at Apple flagship stores around the world. The sessions offered opportunities for Chicagoans to explore design and engage with their city.
On October 17th, 2018, SOM's Ryan Culligan, Jason Fisher, and Sarah Rozman will host "Live Art: Stadium at Lincoln Yards." The session is the third of five events SOM is leading at Apple Michigan Avenue in Chicago as part of The Big Draw, a month-long drawing festival.
On October 13th, 2018, SOM Director Thomas Hussey will host "Sketch Walks: Millennium Park" at Apple's Michigan Avenue store and Millennium Park in Chicago. The event is part of The Big Draw, a month-long festival of drawing hosted at Apple flagship stores around the world.
On October 3rd, 2018, Scott Duncan, SOM Design Partner, will present the proposed design for 400 Lake Shore Drive in Chicago as a part of The Big Draw. The event is a month-long festival of drawing hosted at Apple flagship stores around the world.
Ahead of the 2018 Facades+ conference, which will take place in Chicago on September 21st, The Architect's Newspaper talks with Technical Director Lucas Tryggestad and Associate Director Dan O’Riley. The two share insight on SOM's latest designs and industry trends.
An unprecedented new spate of construction projects will transform Chicago's skyline over the next five years, reports Chicago Magazine in a feature on six new residential projects. 400 Lake Shore Drive, a pair of towers expected to be complete in 2023, will rank among the city's 13 tallest buildings.
Chicago Magazine features the release of plans for 400 Lake Shore Drive by Related Midwest. Designed by SOM and located at the former Spire site, the two sister towers in the development are staggered in height and separated by 150 feet.
Curbed highlights Related Midwest's plans for the former Chicago Spire site at 400 Lake Shore Drive. Located where Lake Michigan meets the Chicago River, SOM's design features two slim towers with pedestrian access to the Chicago Riverwalk and an adjacent park.