2018 HKS Design Fellowship Midwest – Final Presentations
- Tyler Schwede
- Lisa Nono
- Lauren Stark
Architecture and interior design students from around the country will meet in Chicago to participate in a three day design charrette. Teamed with HKS employees, the 2018 design fellows will take on an urban and architectural challenge local to Chicago. The teams will present their final design solutions and ideas to a jury and engage in an architectural, design and community-based conversation. Appetizers and spirits will be provided and all are welcome to attend!
Monday, March 26, 2018, at 5 p.m. CST
HKS Chicago – 125 S Clark St.
Please use the Adams Street entrance.
The HKS Design Fellowship is an annual design exercise that brings together creatives from across HKS to explore big ideas and stimulate new thinking. Our goal is to cultivate emerging design talent as we enrich the quality of design at HKS. We connect students, emerging design professionals and community leaders in conversation around real-world conditions that could benefit from design and creative dialogue.
This year, unique design fellowships will be hosted by the HKS offices in Chicago (Midwest DF), Washington, D.C. (Mid-Atlantic DF) and Orlando (Southeast DF).
In 2017, HKS Chicago moved into a new office, which we think of as a living lab. It’s a studio that reflects our core design beliefs, one of which is a commitment to resilience and well-being. Building upon that spirit, we will partner with Illinois Green Alliance to host the 2018 HKS Midwest Design Fellowship.
The program for this year’s HKS Design Fellowship Midwest will center on creating conceptual designs for a new makerspace and collaborative green hub for Chicago. This new place will provide a location for people to gather, share and build ideas. We’ll incorporate both educational and community spaces into our proposals. Our hope is that with our conceptual designs in hand, Illinois Green Alliance may inspire investment in this proposed new space.