HPZS is proud to join the legion of Chicago architects dedicated to raising their voices against climate change. To learn more on how to join, please visit http://www.architects-advocate.com/ As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities, and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we Advocate for action on...Read more
AIA Chicago Foundation and Chicago Women in Architecture for a panel discussion featuring the three most recent Dubin Family Young Architect Award winners. Chris-Annmarie Spencer, Nootan Bharani, and HPZS's own April Hughes will discuss their career choices and offer prespective on their paths...Read more
HPZS is now certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third-party certifier of the businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S....Read more
Positioning Pullman is a collaborative ideas workshop, hosted by the National Parks Conservation Association and the American Institute of Architects - Chicago Chapter, and is intended to help guide the development of America’s newest urban national monument. From April 16th-18th, teams of volunteer urban planners, architects, landscape...Read more
At a Glance: Why did Obama create Pullman as a National Monument, and not a National Park? -The Antiquities Act of 1906 at the President’s disposal to create National Monuments -Pullman represents a unique and culturally significant architectural installation in American History -Illinois, his home state, currently has no national monuments OR national parks -Monument designations provide...
JOSEPH T. & LOUISE DeKOVEN BOWEN HOUSE Joseph Tilton Bowen was a local manufacturer and banker. It’s his activist wife, Louise DeKoven Bowen, however who is the interesting partner in this coupling. Mrs. Bowen’s history in Chicago goes back to the beginning of the city. Her mother was born within the palisades of Fort Dearborn. DeKoven...Read more