Juliane Wolf at the Chicago Architecture Center

In February, Design Principal and Partner Juliane Wolf will participate in a panel discussion focused on the future of airport design at the Chicago Architecture Center.

"Design Dialogues: The Future of Airport Design

The best airport terminals are easy-to-navigate spaces of architectural intrigue. Hear from a panel of leading architects who are charting a new course for airport design. Learn how they’re pulling off bold—yet functional and future-proof—visions.

Ever since Eero Saarinen began dreaming up futuristic airport terminals, architects have responded to the freedom of air travel with audacious experiments in design. This talk will feature some of today’s most innovative airports. An expression of local culture, sense of place and user comfort are central to the most successful designs. Our panel will explore what these new design directions say about the evolving experience of air travel and how an airport impacts a city’s identity."


February 4, 2020
6:00 p.m.
Gand Lecture Hall, Chicago Architecture Center
111 E. Wacker Dr.
Chicago, Illinois

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