VHA is the historic preservation consultant for Golub & Co. and CIM Group on the Tribune Tower redevelopment, click here for more information.
John Vinci, our founding principal, has been featured as one of Newcity’s Design 50: Who Shapes Chicago for 2018.
John Vinci: Life and Landmarks, a survey of senior founding partner John Vinci’s more than five decades long career, has been published by Northwestern University Press. Click here to read the reviews.
VHA’s design for Wiener Werkstatte 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty has opened at the Neue Galerie in New York City. This exhibition will run until January 29, 2017. Click here to read more about it.
VHA is participating in the Chicago Architecture Foundation’s “Between States” exhibition. Curated by UrbanLab, this exhibition has the potential to bring real, positive change to our city. Starting September 20th, see 50 design ideas for building a better Chicago; including our submission Revised Retail (Prototype).
The Drawing Room at the Arts Club of Chicago opened in March, marking the club’s 100th anniversary and enhancing the architectural language of our original design. Read the review in the March issue of Interior Design magazine.
VHA’s design of The Jazz Age at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum opened on Friday, April 7th. The first major museum exhibition to focus on American taste during the creative explosion of the 1920’s, The Jazz Age features over 400 objects as well as related music and film. Read the detailed review in the New York Times.
On October 6, 2016 the Portland Art Museum revealed VHA’s design for a new three story addition. The Rothko Pavilion will be a transparent three-story structure linking the museum’s Main and Mark Buildings. Named for 20th century painter Mark Rothko, the pavilion will feature a rotating collection of the artists’ signature abstract canvases.