IIT - New Campus Center Competition Fonds, 1997-1998.


IIT - New Campus Center Competition Fonds, 1997-1998.

The Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) New Campus Center Competition Fonds contains 20 presentation panels which document projects proposed by 4 of 5 competition finalists (Eisenman Architects, Zaha Hadid, Helmut Jahn/Werner Sobek, Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa/SANAA). The Fonds also contains 8 models, which document 3 proposed projects (Eisenman, Jahn/Sobek and Sejima/Nishizawa). The panels and models of the Fonds were presented at the IIT College of Architecture in Sept. 1997 at a symposium where the finalists' proposals were submitted to the public, and/or at the Art Institute of Chicago between May 1st and July 25th 1998 in an exhibition entitled "A New Campus Center: The IIT Competition". The fonds does not include the panels and models of the winner of the competition, Rem Koolhaas.

8 models, 20 panels

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