About Chicago Design Museum
The Chicago Design Museum is located on the third floor of Block 37. The workspace is a shared conference table that seats nine, overlooking Macy's and State Street. Food, coffee, and other amenities are available throughout the building. The red line and blue line meet in the basement, there is a parking garage on site, and many other forms of transportation within walking distance.
ChiDM is a nascent, nimble, and non-traditional institution that strives to unite, inform, and inspire. As a resource for the design community and beyond, the museum facilitates an open dialogue about contemporary and historical design through exhibitions, events, public programs, and digital media. The current exhibition is entitled Starts/Speculations: Graphic Design in Chicago Past and Future. Inspired by the past century of design achievement and looking toward the future with insight and creativity, Starts/Speculations represents an anthology of work from Chicago’s graphic design legacy and a glimpse into how the tools we use to design and communicate could evolve and influence our interactions in the future. It runs through September 30, 2014.
Tuesday-Saturday 12-7:00p—until September 30 2014
- Coffee Provided
- Conference Room
- Shared Printer
108 N State St, 3rd floor, Chicago, Illinois, United States