WJW welcomes Maggie! Maggie joined the WJW team in May 2017. Prior to her arrival in Chicago, Maggie was working for two years in the realm of affordable housing and community redevelopment in Los Angeles. She received her Master of Architecture degree and Certificate in Historic Preservation from the School of the Art Institute of…Details
WJW welcomes Nathan Mollway to the office for the summer of 2017! Nate will be receiving his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in May of 2018, accompanied by a minor degree in Earth, Society, and Environmental Sustainability. Nate is looking for any and all experiences within the field…Details
WJW congratulates Kelly on successfully completing her NCIDQ certification exam!
NCIDQ Certification is the interior design industry’s recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles and a designer’s commitment to the profession.
Great job Kelly!
Silver Birch of Hammond, in Hammond, Indiana, opened its doors to the public for the first time on May 18, 2017. Representatives from the City of Hammond, Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA), and many other project partners gathered together to mark the official opening of the senior living facility with a ribbon cutting…Details
“The AIA will not retreat from its long-established efforts to conserve energy and to deploy renewable resources in buildings. We will continue to lead in efforts to curb the use of fuels and technologies that needlessly pollute our atmosphere and harm our environment. This makes good sense economically, and it is in the best interests…Details
Over the last few months, WJW has established a friendship with architect and urban farmer, Robert Nevel. This past weekend, he invited us to tour the historic KAM Isaiah Israel Synagogue and urban farm in Hyde Park. The KAM farm is a project that was initiated by Nevel in 2009. The project proposed replacing the…Details
WJW had the pleasure to tour a local urban farm called The Plant. The Plant is an innovative food business incubator and vertical farm located in a former pork processing facility. Jackie Weise, The Plant’s Auxiliary Board President, led WJW on a tour around the adaptively reused industrial building. She showed us the technology…Details
WJW recently rolled up their sleeves and swapped out pencils for paint brushes. Jane, a distinguished watercolor artist, led WJW in a watercolor workshop last month. Jane taught the staff techniques on how to properly fade and highlight using the watercolors. Check out the artists in action!