The exhibit Brininstool + Lynch: Process examined fifteen years of the firm’s work in drawings, models, photography, and installations of building details at I space — the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Chicago Gallery of Fine and Applied Arts.
In the exhibition catalogue text written by Reed Kroloff, he remarked:
“In a period when theatrics threaten to overwhelm substance in architecture, their work offers a quieter, considered alternative. The ideas trace a clear, logical path, and they mature with each project. Their modernism is not revolutionary, it’s evolutionary. It contains the genetic material of Chicago’s great tradition, and the seeds of its future.”
Arts + Culture
2,700 square feet
Christopher Barrett, Hedrich Blessing