Featured events, awards, talks, exhibits, press, publications, and other updates.
Strawn + Sierralta believes it is critical to be involved in the design community, as well as, in the academic and civic realms to fully contribute to the future design of our cities.
HAWAIʻI BUSINESS MAGAZINE
Hawaiʻi Business shares research project investigating new models for vertical schools developed for the Department of Education.
As architects dedicated to healthy and livable communities and guided by scientific consensus and reason, we advocate for action on Climate Change.
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION
Featured in the "50 DESIGNERS, 50 IDEAS, 50 WARDS" exhibit envisioning Chicago's future for the CAF's 50th Anniversary.
AWARD & EXHIBITION
9/11 MEMORIAL FINALIST
Strawn + Sierralta selected as one of eight finalists in the largest architecture and design competition ever held.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO'S PLACE LAB
Sierralta moderates "Intentions & Provocations in Design" as part of the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial.
CHICAGO ARCHITECTURAL CLUB
Strawn + Sierralta are active members of the design community, serving as Co-Presidents of the Chicago Architectural Club from 2012-2014.
AWARD & EXHIBITION
454 PROJECTS FOR PARIS 2012
Strawn + Sierralta's award winning project for an Olympic landmark exhibited in Paris at the city's center for architecture and urbanism.
TRENDSETTING MOUNTAIN TREASURES
Swiss publisher, Braun, includes Strawn + Sierralta in a curated look at mountain residences.
Clifford A. Pearson, deputy editor of Architectural Record, spotlights Strawn + Sierralta in "Chicago Moves On".
German publisher, Gestalten, includes Strawn + Sierralta in a compilation of futuristic urban designs.
AWARD & EVENT
IBM ENGINEERING INNOVATION AWARD
Strawn + Sierralta honored in a multi-city design competition hosted by the History Channel.
National Geographic publishes "A Place of Remembrance", the official book of the 9/11 Memorial, including Strawn + Sierralta's award winning design.
CELEBRATING FREEDOM: 12151791
The University of Chicago Press publishes book featuring Strawn+Sierralta's award-winning sculpture, "Freedom in Numbers".
Strawn+Sierralta invited to write about Betrand Goldberg's Prentice Women's Hospital for CLOG's "Brutalism" issue.
Blair Kamin, the Chicago Tribune's Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic, selects Strawn + Sierralta for "Ones to Watch", a list of emerging young architects.
Blair Kamin includes Strawn + Sierralta in
"Chicago Comes Back", highlighting the city's return as "America's architectural capital".
John Czarnecki, deputy editor of Architectural Record, profiles Strawn + Sierralta in a collection of "Young Firms".
AWARD & PRESS
THE SHINING MAZE FINALIST
Strawn + Sierralta selected as finalist to design a hedge maze inspired by Stanley Kubrick's movie, "The Shining".
IIT COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
Sierralta serves as Curator of the first year of the graduate program centered on "Re-thinking the Metropolis" at IIT's College of Architecture under dean Wiel Arets.