Renewal and continuous improvement are key drivers in Architrave’s quest to create meaningful architecture. At once our good fortune and source of constant renewal, our work involves projects that are critically important to community, widely varied and deeply engaging. In-progress work ranges from inpatient and outpatient facilities in healthcare, to primary and higher-ed facilities in education, and rapid transit stations and support facilities in transportation. Perfecting a culture of continuous improvement is both an office goal and a means to the larger goal of making meaningful architecture.
Highlights of current in-progress work include the ABLA Community Center for the Chicago Housing Authority, the Minnie Mars Jamieson Annex for the Public Building Commission of Chicago and Chicago Public Schools and the build-out of the 3rd and 4th floors of the Center for Care and Discovery for the University of Chicago Medicine.