Curbed Chicago — "Here are the Five Finalist Designs Competing for O'Hare Airport's Massive $8.5B Expansion"

"Studio ORD...headed by Chicago-based Studio Gang Architects features a Y-shaped structure converging on a central atrium. The three-pronged layout is likely a nod to the Chicago municipal device—a symbol of the Chicago River's three branches—that is found throughout the city's built environment. The design features warm, wood tones and a number of indoor trees as a reference to Orchard field, O'Hare International Airport's original name. The Studio Gang-led bid includes partner firms Solomon Cordwell Buenz, STL Architects, Corgan Associates, and MIlhouse Engineering and Construction."

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