At AIA Chicago’s Historic Resources Committee meeting, Indiana Landmarks and the National Trust for Historic Preservation announced that bKL will lead the architecture and interior design for the rehabilitation of The House of Tomorrow.
The team also includes: Bauer Latoza Studio, historic preservation; Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc., structural engineering; Willoughby Engineering, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering; HJKessler Associates, sustainability consulting.
bKL Architecture is pleased to announce the following promotions: Angela Spadoni, AIA, Grace Ames, AIA, Leah Raab, AIA, and Srdjan Avram, AIA, to the position of Associate Director; Christopher Smith, Isaac Persley, AIA, Jonathan Meyer, AIA, Matt Snoap, AIA, Ruxandra Antea, AIA, and Sonja Janeva, AIA, to the position of Associate.
Crain’s Chicago Business reports that the Kennedy Family and Hines Interests, owners of bKL designed Wolf Point West, are seeking buyers for the 509-unit residential tower.
Miami city commissioners approve bKL’s Miami Midtown 6 & 7.
Construction continues at The Selby, designed by bKL. Clad in red masonry, The Selby will complement the adjacent restored heritage mansion while distinguishing itself amongst surrounding glass towers.
bKL’s Tom Kerwin is quoted in a recent Crain’s article regarding Optima CEO David Hovey’s successes.
The Chicago Architecture Blog explains the purpose of shear walls, used by Vista Tower, a Studio Gang Architects and bKL project.
bKL’s Linkt is featured in Curbed Chicago’s article “Milwaukee Avenue’s transformative construction boom, mapped.”
bKL designed MILA featured on Forbes.com’s “Most Enviable One-Bedroom Apartment Rentals From $700 To $2,000 A Month” article.