Behind every great building are the women who designed it! At bKL Architecture, we strongly believe diversity drives creativity and innovation. Our team comprised of 50% women, from 20 countries and speaking 16 languages, is proud to celebrate International Women’s Day today, and every day.
bKL designed Cirrus is featured in the Forbes.com article, “Why Fabulous Foyers Should Be De Rigueur” by Jeffrey Steele.
Blair Kamin reviews the Lathrop development in his Chicago Tribune column, “A former North Side public housing project is beautifully remade, but at what cost?”
bKL’s The Selby is featured in Urban Toronto’s list of “the 15 Most Influential Buildings of the 2010s.”
For bKL Architecture’s 10-Year Anniversary celebration, bKL volunteered at different organizations throughout the City of Chicago. Thank you to Misericordia Heart of Mercy, Greater Chicago Food Depository, PAWS Chicago, and SitStayRead for hosting us. We are thankful to give our time and support. Thank you to each of these organizations for your tireless advocacy.
Happy Chinese New Year from bKL!
bKL Architecture is proud to announce the following promotions: Grace Ames, AIA, John Kolb, and Juan Robles, AIA to the position of Director; Anne Karlovitz, Darya Stefanovic, and Phillip Scott, AIA to the position of Associate Director; Annabell Dai Ren, Elena Ranjeva, AIA, Kevin Kosciulek, and Sanja Trninic to the position of Associate.
bKL’s Whitney Young Library was recently featured in Curbed Chicago’s list of “13 beautiful, historic public libraries in Chicago.”
bKL’s proposed parking garage and recreation center design for The University of Chicago is featured in the Hyde Park Herald.
bKL’s Stephen Yas presented, “Urban Design: A Framework for Development” at the Beauty of the City: Design Empowers City Development Conference at the Qingdao University of Technology on November 30.