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Ideas competition launched for Bertrand Goldberg’s Chicago hospital

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[Submissions are due by 15 October] The Chicago Architectural Club with the AIA has launched a single-stage ideas contest focussing on the city’s Bertrand Goldberg-designed Prentice Women’s Hospital

Open to students and professionals, the competition seeks future uses for the now abandoned 1975 structure. A £3,300 prize fund will be shared between the top three entries with an exhibition planned to follow

Commended for its iconic tower and open floor-plate layout without structural support columns, the building was partially occupied until late 2011.

The structure has been determined to be in sound condition, but in need of repair.

A full brief is available and all dimensions must be listed in feet and inches.

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