With deep roots in Chicago, Stanley Tigerman has designed buildings and installations throughout the world. In 1988 he designed the installation for the Art Institute of Chicago’s exhibition, “Chicago Architecture: 1872-1922.” The following year he organized “99 Chicago Architects” exhibition at Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon. Cofounder / director of ARCHEWORKS, a new design laboratory and school geared to the socially conscious needs of society today, Tigerman has also lectured extensively on the subject of architecture.
- Master of Architecture, Yale University
- 1992 Illinois Academy of Fine Arts Award
- Former Director of School of Architecture, University of Illinois, Chicago
- Fellow, American Institute of Architects
“I am committed to the creation of a contemporary and authentically American architecture that is characteristic of its own time and place. This philosophy leads me to assemble the standard ingredients essential to architectural production; to interact, to question, to challenge, to collaborate in order to reach a consensus and then to create a building that represents the collective energies of the client and society.”
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