Recently, we took off for Illinois to check out the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial, which brought together dozens of experimental and groundbreaking architects and designers in various parts of the city, most notably, the Chicago Cultural Center. Chicago is well-known for its architectural landmarks so it only makes sense that the exhibition takes place there. The inaugural event, named The State of the Art of Architecture, featured an impressive array of both realized and concept projects that truly show the depth of imagination and creativity that today’s world of architects and designers come with. Here’s a look at ten of the projects that really stood out.

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