Bill to speak at 2015 ICAHN Conference

Bill is a featured speaker at this year’s 2015 ICAHN Conference in Springfield, IL.  This year’s conference by the Illinois Critical Access Hospital Network, ‘Strengthening Our CAHs and Their Communities,” centers around the importance of critical access and small and rural hospitals and their vital role in attaining and improving population health.  Bill’s joint presentation with…

Jane to exhibit watercolor series This is Home

Jane‘s recent series of watercolor paintings called “This is Home” is an exploration of the place of home and what feels like “home” in Chicago, comprising of a series of 16 interviews and watercolor paintings exploring this idea. The interviews with residents were designed to create dialogue about the emotions evoked by, the comfort derived from, the special…

WJW welcomes Jacquie!

Worn Jerabek Wiltse Architects is happy to welcome Jacquie to our Chicago office! She graduated with a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan in May of 2014. After graduating she worked in Royal Oak, Michigan doing architecture, primarily for the State and Federal Government. Before going to Michigan, Jacquie received a Bachelor of…

Alexis completes her EDAC certification

Congratulations Alexis, who recently passed the EDAC examination!

The Center for Health Design’s internationally recognized Evidence-based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) program awards credentials to individuals who demonstrate a thorough understanding of how to apply an evidence-based process to the design and development of healthcare settings, including measuring and reporting results.

The next generation of WJA

This past Saturday was the first meeting of the next generation of Worn Jerabek Architects, as Sawyer (Bill and Diane’s grandchild) and Miles (Herb and his husband Patrick’s son) met for the first time. Highlights of the meeting included playroom space design, discussion of which style balusters are best to chew on, and how best…