Like a brutalist architect, Toby Altman is working with unrefined materials. In Discipline Park, his second full-length poetry collection, Altman choreographs a dynamic dance between sentimentality and brutalism by documenting the wounds of architecture—fixating on his birthplace: Chicago’s demolished Prentice Women’s Hospital. “Wagering that concrete or plywood might serve as the entrails of the world,” […]
The Berlin-based documentary filmmaker hopes to rescue a building in danger of destruction.
Not just pictures: the Lucas Museum design has its own text.
But our mayor is in a category of his own.
Northwestern University has selected Perkins+Will to design its Prentice Hospital replacement.
Northwestern University has put the finalists in its design competition for a Prentice Hospital building replacement on display for six days, with comment cards.
In a handsome short film, Northwestern graduate Nathan Eddy documents the university’s battle to destroy Bertrand Goldberg’s unique Prentice Hospital.
The nonprofit’s executive director since 2001 departs.
The idea was as improbable as the cloverleaf-shaped building.
Northwestern University is preparing Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital for demolition; sky bridge coming down Saturday.
Chicago’s planning an architecture festival; they could blow up Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital for the opening.
Say bye-bye to Bertrand Goldberg’s unique hospital building.
Prentice preservationists aren’t giving up; they filed an amended lawsuit this week.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks votes again to dump protection for Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks plans a do-over on its vote to rescind landmark status for Prentice Hospital.