This year, GlobalShop returns to Chicago, a mecca of architecture and a huge contributor to the retail design world. The show gives me a chance to reconnect, recharge and renew my ties to an industry that I’ve served for thirty years. I’m walking the floor and have some fresh projects on the iPad to share. I’m setting up appointments both formal and informal at the show.
Let me know if you are attending, it would be great to catch up.
I started reflecting on some amazing sites that I’ve photographed in the Windy City recently: Dylan’s Candy Bar at the base of the Tribune Tower, City Target in the iconic Louis Sullivan Building, Verizon Destination Store on Michigan Avenue, two neighborhood themed grocery stores for Whole Foods, as well as the new prototype Value City Furniture in Elston.
Hopefully, the March weather will cooperate this year and we can enjoy some time outside. If not, there are always deep dish pizza and amazing restaurants. A taste of the five projects I mentioned can be seen here. Please be sure to look me up with an email, text, call or shout.