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Scope and Contents The Building Reference Files collection consists of a mix of primary and secondary source material relating to the buildings and campuses of the Illinois Institute of Technology and its predecessor institutions. These files formerly served as "drop files" where archives staff collected clippings, ephemera, and photographs related to the buildings and campus, and as a result, many of the files consist wholly of secondary material (including photocopies and clippings from university...
Description of the Collection Publication titled IIT in the Landscape: 1999 Illinois Institute of Technology West Campus Landscape Master Plan. After Mies and Caldwell: A Report to the Mies Campus Committee. The Plan concerns IIT's main campus at 33rd and S. State Streets. "West campus" refers to the academic area on the west side of State St., as opposed to the residential area on the east side of the street. Fifty-one page document with drawings, photos, text, and tables. Contents as follows: Introduction; Large-Scale...
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Two color posters, (21 x 32") depicting early concept drawings of: 1) Lohan Master Plan with landscaping; 2) McCormick Tribune Campus Center.
Description of the Collection This collection created by Lohan Associates for IIT contains: 1) Main Campus Master Plan, being the proposal by Lohan Associates (Dirk Lohan, FAIA, President) for physical revitalization of Illinois Institute of Technology's main campus on the South Side of Chicago at 33rd and State Sts. This is the final draft, dated April 30, 1996, presented by IIT Pres. Lew Collens to the university's Board of Trustees. Proposal includes recommendations for renovations of Mies van der Rohe buildings,...
Description of the Collection Slide presentation and accompanying written documentation (7 pages photocopied from "Background Briefing Book for Urban Land Institute" [created in March, 1995]) given to IIT Board of Trustees, Jan. 18, 1995, by team of architects who presented alternative schemes for redevelopment of the university's main campus. Slides (ct.=28) contain "talking point" text phrases and include some statistics. (Slides are not in original order.) The individuals responsible for this project are identified in...