Here’s what AN’s editors say on day two of the Chicago Architecture Biennial

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Theaster Gates and the Rebuild Foundation's Stony Island Arts Bank (Matt Shaw/AN)

Theaster Gates and the Rebuild Foundation’s Stony Island Arts Bank (Matt Shaw/AN)

Day two at the Chicago Architecture Biennial continued to deliver with a mix of the best international talent and local practitioners who are rethinking the way we build our cities. We were on the ground battling the wind in the crisp Chicago fall. Here are some of our favorite things we found.

Syracuse professor Kyle Miller takes in the main event at the Chicago Cultural Center. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Syracuse professor Kyle Miller takes in the main event at the Chicago Cultural Center. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Point Supreme at the Chicago Cultural Center. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Point Supreme at the Chicago Cultural Center. (Matt Shaw/AN)

BP First Prize Winner: Chicago Horizon / Ultramoderne. (Matt Shaw/AN)

BP First Prize Winner: Chicago Horizon / Ultramoderne. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Barbara Kasten's new installation at the Graham Foundation. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Barbara Kasten’s new installation at the Graham Foundation. (Matt Shaw/AN)

Theaster Gates and the Rebuild Foundation's Stony Island Arts Bank (Matt Shaw/AN)

Theaster Gates and the Rebuild Foundation’s Stony Island Arts Bank (Matt Shaw/AN)

"We Know How To Order" by Bryony Roberts and the South Shore Drill Team in Mies' Federal Plaza. (Matt Shaw/AN)

“We Know How To Order” by Bryony Roberts and the South Shore Drill Team in Mies’ Federal Plaza. (Matt Shaw/AN)

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