The Dorchester Art + Housing Collaborative (DA+HC) is a cornerstone project of Rebuild Foundation's (Rebuild) broader vision to reactivate underutilized and abandoned buildings in Chicago's Greater Grand Crossing neighborhood as part of an ambitious movement of community rejuvenation. The unique partnership and expertise of Rebuild Foundation, Brinshore Development, the CHA, and Landon Bone Baker Architects brought new life and meaning into the abandoned 1980s CHA public housing project-- showcasing the value of existing buildings as catalysts for social change through the integration of art, architecture, and community involvement.
Catherine Baker, AIA -- is a partner at Landon Bone Baker Architects. The focus of work at the 28 year old Chicago firm is affordable housing and community-based design. At LBBA, Catherine manages various projects including; master planning of neighborhoods, new and renovated affordable single-family housing and multi-family housing, interior office build-outs, and a day-care center. Catherine is active in Chicago's architectural education community -- focused mainly on CPS high school students.
This event is being held in Roosevelt University's Murray-Green Library at the Auditorium Building, 430 S. Michigan Ave, 10th floor, Chicago