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.
MP3 was awarded the prestigious 2019 American Architecture Award by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.  “This year’s winning projects are the buildings that are profoundly shaping American architecture in the 21st-Century." - Chicago Athenaeum
October 1. From The Monacelli Press. “An alluring overview to the thirty-year, award-winning output of Brininstool + Lynch, whose rigor, vision, and elegance has distinguished their diverse projects since its founding.” - The Monacelli Press
Today marks the 30th anniversary of Brininstool + Lynch. At this milestone, we reflect on how we have grown as a firm, as architects, and as a community. In 30 years, we have completed more than 250 projects spanning over 10,000,000 square feet, have been the recipient of 50 major design awards, along with being featured in 327 publications.
Shane Coen, founder of Coen+Partners, is a renowned landscape architect whose mission is to design projects that complement diverse landscapes and encourage environmental advocacy. Yesterday marked the release of his new book, “Contextual Minimalism." It features projects spanning across various geographies and highlights the relationships they share with surrounding areas.