Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: Chicago might be the city that invented contemporary high-rise architecture but lately it has been left standing by New York, Miami and Los Angeles. Is the Windy City stuck in the past or is its first ever architecture biennial a sign that things are changing? More
Opinion: Chicago may have been the birthplace of the modern skyscraper, but the city is now more interested in landscape projects that make New York's High Line look like small fry, says Jonathan D Solomon, director of architecture at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. More
Dezeen is reporting from the first Chicago Architecture Biennial this week. Browse the city's newest projects, historic icons and lesser-known gems on our new Pinterest board, including Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House and the University of Chicago's Joe and Rika Mansueto Library by Helmut Jahn.
Feature: visitors to the first Chicago Architecture Biennial, which opens later this week, will discover a raft of architectural treasures that are often overshadowed by the skyscrapers and institutions the city is famous for (+ slideshow). More
Chicago Architecture Biennial 2015: Chilean firm Pezo Von Ellrichshausen and Nigeria-based Kunlé Adeyemi are among the architects collaborating with Chicago design schools to create lakefront kiosks for the city's first design biennial. More