Posts In: Grounds

Los Angeles Times reports on the eagerly-anticipated Marciano Art Foundation

Los Angeles’ ever-expanding museum landscape spreads a little farther come spring with the opening of…

Mark Thomann lectures at Mildred’s Lane: “Floating Fluttering Flowing: The Big Fill”

As part of the Social Saturday series, wHY Grounds Workshop Leader Mark Thomann presents recent…

SKY LANDING by Yoko Ono Opening in October 2016

One year ago today, on June 12, 2015 at, Yoko Ono, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Project…

WGN Radio Hosts Talk about Jackson Park’s Role in US-Japan Relations

A project involving wHY since 2012, Robert Karr, President of Project 120 Chicago, joins WGN…

The Court: A Garden Within Reach

Representing wHY Grounds’ first completed project, The Court is a 9,000-square-foot garden designed to serve…

Pershing Square Renew Shortlist

wHY is leading an international and local team in Phase 2 of re-envisioning Pershing Square,…

Phoenix Rising: Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan

Grounds Workshop Leader Mark Thomann, Creative Director Kulapat Yantrasast and Project 120 Chicago Founder  Robert…

UN/FOLDING WILSHIRE at the A+D Museum

Janelle Zara covers our UN/FOLDING WILSHIRE project at the A+D Museum’s new location for Architectural…

Yoko Ono planning public art installation for Jackson Park in summer 2016

The Chicago Tribune reports on the forthcoming installation by Yoko Ono as part of our…

The Hyde Park Herald on our collaboration with Yoko Ono

“Basically it’s a landscape,” said Project 120 architect Kulapat Yantrasast, who was wearing a shirt…

A Bridge for Everyone

The Worcester Telegraph quotes WAM director Matthias Waschek regarding our new bridge project there: “wHY’s design…