Today marks the official launch of our new book, Brininstool + Lynch: Making Architecture. The monograph, according to the publisher Monacelli Press, represents “An alluring overview to the thirty-year, award-wining output of Brininstool + Lynch, whose rigor, vision, and elegance has distinguished their diverse projects since its founding.”
Here are the photos from our Greater Than 30 Party at Lincoln Hall:[email protected]/91EAdT We want to thank everyone who helped us celebrate!
Brininstool + Lynch has appointed four new Principals, including one strategic hire from outside the firm, Jennifer Park. In addition, they have promoted two new Associate Principals, and two new Associates from within the firm. These appointments are part of the firm’s long-term business plan and take effect October 1, 2019.
Join partners David Brininstool and Brad Lynch on October 7 at 6:00 pm in Gand Lecture Hall as they discuss the projects featured in our new book, “Making Architecture." Enjoy refreshments, a book signing and an opportunity to speak personally with the architects and IIT’s new dean of architecture, Reed Kroloff, after the talk.
As part of the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial, Brininstool + Lynch is collaborating with Creative Grounds Process(ing) Transformation, an initiative led by Borderless Studio, on an exhibition at the Anthony Overton Elementary School in Bronzeville. Our exhibit, entitled "The Journey," is inspired by the Great Migration. 
Legendary architect Harry Weese once posited that “every building is a landmark.” In OUTside THE PRACTICE: MONUMENTS AND PLACES OF MEMORY, Chicago-based architects and designers present distinctive and original visions inspired by this idea, but relieved of the constraints of conventional architectural practice.
Today was the topping out ceremony for The David M. Rubenstein Forum at The University of Chicago, a collaboration with design architect Diller Scofidio + Renfro. We enjoyed celebrating this milestone with everyone who has worked so hard to bring this project to life. Completion is scheduled for summer of 2020.