Winning Designs for the Obama Presidential Library Competition

Winning Designs for the Obama Presidential Library Competition
Design

Winner of 2014 Chicago Prize for Obama's Presidential Library talks on his peace-sign-abstracted design

Leo Lutero
  • 25 march 2015

Many explorative design concepts tried to hit the balance between memorial and civic during the Chicago Architectural Club’s recent competition. Two teams won the top prize by creating fully-functional but equally striking infrastructure designs that are meant to become landmarks.

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