To mark the centennial of Daniel Burnhams Plan of Chicago, Ben van Berkel of UN Studio and Zaha Hadid have designed temporary pavilions in the citys Millennium Park. The boldly sculptural pavilions echo the make-no-little-plans ambition of their namesake: Both architects took inspiration from the diagonal boulevards that Burnham introduced into Chicago's street grid. The pavilions (Hadid's was not finished as of press time; van Berkel's is shown above) are free and open to the public. Through Oct. 31. burnhamplan100.uchicago.edu

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To mark the centennial of Daniel Burnham’s Plan of Chicago, Ben van Berkel of UN Studio and Zaha Hadid have designed temporary pavilions in the city’s Millennium Park. The boldly sculptural pavilions echo the make-no-little-plans ambition of their namesake: Both architects took inspiration from the diagonal boulevards that Burnham introduced into Chicago's street grid. The pavilions (Hadid's was not finished as of press time; van Berkel's is shown above) are free and open to the public.
Through Oct. 31.
burnhamplan100.uchicago.edu

Credit: Joan Hackett and the Burnham Plan Centennial