Saturday, November 1
Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres
Join us to honor nine outstanding examples of excellence in Illinois
preservation at Landmarks Illinois’ annual Richard H. Driehaus Foundation
Preservation Awards ceremony at the InterContinental Chicago.
Landmarks Illinois has been
assisted by a generous grant from the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation to honor
individuals and organizations whose works demonstrate a commitment to historic
preservation. By honoring these individuals, organizations, projects and
programs, Landmarks Illinois and the Driehaus Foundation hope to inspire others
to take action to preserve, protect and promote historic resources.
Price: $40/$35 LI Members
Price: $50 non-members
King Arthur’s Court & Camelot Room
505 N. Michigan Avenue
The InterContinental Chicago was originally built in 1929 as the Medinah
Athletic Club, a luxury men’s club for members of the Shrine organization.
The restored King Arthur’s Court room features a medieval Britain theme with
original stained glass, intricately carved wood pillars, cast-iron chandeliers,
and ceiling murals depicting the King Arthur legend.
Click here, to learn more about the building’s history.
Click here, to view a map and directions.
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2013 Awards Ceremony photos.
Three of the 2014 award winners: (top to bottom) Illinois State Capital
(West Wing), Springfield (Credit: Tom Rossiter); Wrigley Building,
Chicago (credit: Hedrich Blessing); The Fortnightly of Chicago, Chicago
(credit: Tom Rossiter) For the complete