Source: The Oregonian
In Burnham's honor, city plans 'no little' celebration; Exhibits to highlight work of past, future.
The celebration of the regional plan that remade the face of Chicago and its suburbs will formally begin in June, highlighted by the unveiling of two temporary pavilions in Millennium Park designed by internationally acclaimed architects Zaha Hadid and Ben Van Berkel, organizers announced Thursday.
Hundreds of events -- exhibits, tours, concerts and building projects -- are planned in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Plan of Chicago, often called the Burnham Plan after its chief author, Chicago architect Daniel Burnham.
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