RTKL Presents 10th Annual Design Monograph

Aug. 18, 2015

“Works in Progress” reaches a major milestone.

RTKL has announced the release of its 10th issue of Works in Progress (WIP)—an annual design monograph featuring a collection of ideas and design concepts from across all services, geographies, and practice groups. This year, they celebrated a decade of innovative ideas by welcoming four design experts to their Dallas office to serve as a jury panel, critiquing work from across the firm’s diverse portfolio and sharing their insights on the future of the industry.

A few of the winning entries include:

Warren Clinic

The Warren Clinic, located near Tulsa, OK, will help enhance the clinical and urgent care needs for this expanding population.

Lingang High Tech Innovation Campus

Lingang High-Tech Innovation Campus aims to set the precedent for the rest of the area with its innovative design and mixed-use concept.

City Wide Lighting Framework - Chicago

The City-Wide Lighting Framework Plan offers a unique opportunity to transform Chicago through light installations that will celebrate the diversity of Chicago’s neighborhoods.

Berlin Entertainment District

The goal was to create a destination experience for Berlin that respects the area’s rich history and seamlessly blends into the region’s current regeneration and mixed-use master plan.

Learn more about the projects featured in WIP Volume X, here.

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