The Elmhurst Art Museum Refreshes Mies van der Rohe’s McCormick House
The Elmhurst Art Museum facility comprises the 1952 McCormick House (right) and a companionably scaled facility designed by DeStefano+Partners in 1997 (left). Photography by James Prinz. The Mies van der Rohe–designed McCormick House (1952) has been a component of the Elmhurst Art Museum (EAM) since 1997, when it was incorporated into the Illinois institution’s new facility, designed by Chicago’s DeStefano + Partners. Connected by a breezeway to the new construction, it initially served as offices and occasional exhibition space. Now, in efforts to better utilize and interpret the house, the museum has removed that connective link to fully reveal the ...
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