Running with the giants: global digital content competitions applaud Legat Architects’ new website for outstanding design and brand support.
Galesburg CUSD #205’s Bright Futures Preschool one of three schools to receive Illinois Association of School Boards’ Award of Merit recognizing outstanding school design and planning.
Post-occupancy study reveals model interactive classrooms enhance participation, engagement, and mood/energy among Heartland Community College users.
Adapt, guide, design: Ted Haug, treasured by colleagues and beloved by coworkers, celebrates four decades of setting the pace at Legat Architects.
Clean, modern, easy to navigate: Legat Architects’ website wins trio of creative awards from international competition recognizing brands that “push boundaries and set new standards”
Additions and renovations transform outdated high school into junior-senior high school with efficient systems, enhanced curriculum, and collegiate setting
Legat Architects pays tribute to Rob Wroble, one of its most prolific preK-12 educational designers, for three decades of making a difference for hundreds of schools … and thousands of students.
Saon Mathew combines positive attitude and 20 years of helping healthcare providers build their visions to lead Legat Architects’ wellness practice.
Community, health, and wellness at the confluence: riverside Ottawa YMCA to serve diverse users and complement surroundings The Ottawa YMCA, built in the 1950s, has reached the end of its useful life. Construction has started on a new facility that will create a Healthy Living Campus at the confluence of the Illinois and Fox rivers. […]
Big-box store turned advanced technology center ushers in new programs, supports Lake County workforce, and upends stereotypes about industrial manufacturing. Massive press brakes that bend metal. Ovens that reach 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Robotic welding systems. Laser cutters. Programmable logic controllers. These are just a few examples of the $5.5 million worth of industry-grade equipment within […]
Meticulousness and clarity drive Jay Johnson’s three decades at Legat Architects On a freezing morning in 2011, coworkers Jay Johnson and Ted Haug studied precast concrete panels at a construction site on College of DuPage’s (COD) Glen Ellyn, Illinois campus. The project was the college’s new Campus Maintenance Center, and Johnson wanted to see how […]
American Institute of Architects’ Illinois component recognizes Legat Architects as one of only six firms in the state for outstanding support of emerging professionals. When Noelle Ridley earned her Master of Architecture degree at the University of Michigan, she decided to move to Chicago. There she did a sweeping search for design firms that would […]