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American firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill has been selected to design a pair of concourse terminals as part of the major Chicago O'Hare Airport expansion. Read more
Chicago architect Helmut Jahn has sent a hand-written note to the Chicago Tribune condemning the selection of a team led by Jeanne Gang to design an extension to O'Hare airport, describing it as "premeditated" and "not justified". Read more
A team led by Studio Gang founder Jeanne Gang has been named the winner of the bid for the concourse and terminal at Chicago O'Hare airport, beating competition from SOM, Foster + Partners and Santiago Calatrava. Read more
the team held off competition from other big names, including santiago calatrava, SOM, and foster + partners. The post jeanne gang-led team to design new global terminal at chicago’s o’hare airport appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
supported on its perimeter at just six points, the distinctive roof structure unites the scheme through the creation of a grand unified space. The post foster + partners, epstein, and moreno propose ‘theater of aviation’ for chicago o’hare airport appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the vaulted, light-filled terminal hall is framed by a glass façade and a dramatic, shell-like roof that recalls the grandeur of bygone travel. The post an inside look at santiago calatrava’s holistic vision for chicago o’hare airport appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Five teams of architects are in the running to redesign Chicago's O'Hare international airport, with Foster + Partners and Santiago Calatrava among the list of firms participating in the competition. Read more


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