The Whitney M. Young, Jr. Branch Library held its ribbon cutting ceremony on January 10! bKL is proud to have designed the renovation and addition to this important institution in Chicago’s Chatham neighborhood.
bKL Architecture is proud to announce the promotion of Danielle Tillman to Managing Director. In her new position, Tillman will work closely with bKL Founding Principal Thomas Kerwin on the firm’s strategic direction and in leading creative design projects that enrich sites and cities around the world in which we build. Her leadership, dedication and collaborative approach to serving the needs of our clients and communities make Tillman an integral force both at bKL and within the architectural profession.
bKL’s The Selby won Urban Toronto’s “Favourite High-Rise: 40+ storeys” in its Best Buildings of 2018 poll!
bKL’s GEMS World Academy Middle-Upper School held a Topping Off event on November 30. Jonathan Meyer began with a presentation on the bKL designed school to students and answered questions.
bKL presented at the “Vista Tower: Design & Construction,” event hosted by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Chicago Future Leaders Committee. Great job presenting Loreta Bulvanaite, Caitlin Kelleher, Phillip Scott, and Matthew Snoap!
bKL’s Stephen Yas discussed architectural education at an Architecture Dialogue, “Time to Rethink” Conference in Shanghai on November 22 with Martha Horne, Dean of Madrid’s IE School of Architecture and Li Xiangning, Deputy Dean of Shanghai’s Tongji University School of Architecture.
bKL will present at the “Vista Tower: Design & Construction,” event hosted by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Chicago Future Leaders Committee on Tuesday, November 27 at the Vista Sales Center.
Tom Kerwin is one of 81 selected Chicagoans featured in photographer Abigail Zoe Martin’s “Chicago Lights” exhibit. This audio and visual exhibit is held at the Zhou B Art Center from November 16 until December 28.
bKL’s Renelle on the River was featured in the Chicago Tribune’s November 6 article, “When it comes to luxury condos still under construction, many are willing to buy sight unseen.”