Articles in National, International and Local publications on the work of Cohen and Hacker and Stuart Cohen

Traditional Building. February 2022. “Collaborative Minds.” p.80.
Luxe Chicago. January/February 2022. “Insider.” p. 72.
Architectural Record. December 2021. Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall. p.43.
Chicago Architect. Summer 2021. Frank Lloyd Wright and the Architects of Steinway Hall. pp.18-19.
Chicago Architect. Winter 2021. “A Life in Context.” pp.58-61.
Sheridan Road Magazine. September 2019. pp. 88-89.
Evanston Magazine. December/January 2018. Home Tour. “House Hunters.” pp.24-27.
Evanston Magazine. October/November 2018. Home Tour. “The Perfect Pair.” pp.28-30.
Luxe Chicago. September/October 2017. “Tudor Revived. pp 289-293.
New Old House magazine. Summer 2016. “Revised Tradition.” pp. 52-61.
Period Homes magazine. March 2016. “The Simple Life: Profile: Cohen & Hacker.” pp. 2-9.
Evanston magazine. April/May 2016. “Cape Evanston.” Pp. 12-14.
Luxe. Interiors + Design. Chicago. Summer 2015. “Lake Effect.” pp. 246-259.
Better Homes and Gardens. Beautiful Kitchens & Baths. Spring 2014. Pp.92-97.
Old House Journal. January 2013. “Victorian Revisited.” pp. 56-61.
Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Home Digest, October 2012. “Looking Back to Look Forward.” pp. 6-8.
USA Kitchen TRENDS, Vol 28, No.2. “In Character.” pp. 16-19.
LUXE Chicago, Vol. 10, Issue 3, Summer 2012. “Karmic Craftsman.” pp. 208-219.
Renovation Style. Summer 2012. Cover Shot. “Worth the Wait.” pp. 32-43.
Small Kitchens magazine. Country Collectibles Presents #66. Fall 2011. p.28-29
Distinctive Kitchen Solutions. Spring 2011. p.30-31
Residential Architect magazine. “50” The Short List of Architects We Love. December 2010
Trends, Volume 26, Nol 5, 2010. “Modern Art”: pp. 26-29
Remodel Magazine, January 2010. Cover shot.
Custom Home, March/April 2010. “New Master” pp. 40-41
Trends, Volume 25, No. 10, 2010. “Coming Up Roses” pp. 32-35
Chicago Tribune, “Visions of Gingerbread”. December, 2009
Chicago Tribune Home Design, Fall 2009. “Patience, Rewarded” pp. 22-25
Chicago Home+Garden, September/October 2009. “Shades of Meaning,” pp. 67-76
Beautiful Baths, Fall 2009. “Marble Masterpiece,” pp. 48-51
Remodel, August/September 2009. “Then and Now,” pp. 68-73
Distinctive Kitchen Solutions #50, 2009. “Extra-Sensitive Update,” pp. 70-71
Distinctive Kitchen Solutions #52, 2009. “Architectural Impact,” pp. 100-101
Beautiful Kitchens, Summer 2009. “Adorned in Detail,” pp. 82-89
Custom Home, January/Februray 2008. K+B Studio. “Sense and Sensibility,” p48. “Old World Goes High Tech,” p.50
The London Guardian, “Obama’s Oval Office Makeover: A Brush with Power.” Friday November, 11, 2008
Invited to reimage the Oval Office “redesigned” for the new U.S. President.
Trends, Volume 24, Number 6, August 2008: Woldenburg Residence. pp. 58-67
Trends, Volume 2008: Levenstein Addition
Better Homes and Gardens: New Home. “Taking the Reins.” Fall/Winter 2007. pp 50-59
Residential Architect. “2007 Leadership Awards Hall of Fame.” Nov.-Dec. 2007. pp. 51-55
Chicago Magazine. Sept. 2007. “Ten Modern Masterpieces.” p.97
Dream Kitchens Fall/Winter 2007. “Modern Victorian.” pp. 37-39
Better Homes and Gardens: Kitchen and Bath Ideas. July/Aug. 2006 “10 Things to Love About this Kitchen.” pp. 36-40 and “Clean Victorian” pp. 94-99
Better Homes and Gardens, Kitchen Style & Storage. (Spring) 2006 pp. 60-63
Home Appliance. Fall. 2006. “Expert Advice: Our Favorite Appliances,” p.59
Midwest Home Chicago. Spring 2006. “The Evolved Farmhouse.” pp. 50-53
Better Homes and Gardens: Kitchen Style & Storage. (July) 2006 “Clearly Organized,” pp. 60-63
Better Homes and Gardens: Remodel. April/May 2006. “Finding the Cottage Within.” pp. 64-73
Dream Storage 2006. (April) 2006. “Details,” p.150.
Kitchen Trends. Volume 20 No.2 “Fluid Design.” P. 137
Kitchen Trends. “Room with a View.” pp. 20-25
50 Dream Kitchens 2005. “All for the Family.” pp. 20-21, “Gothic Revival.” pp. 34-35
Residential Architects. April 2005. “Stuart Cohen & Julie Hacker: Architect’s Choice.” P.84
50 Dream Kitchens. Vol.2 No. 2 2005. pp. 138-139
Crain’s Chicago Business. September 26, 2005. pp. 64-65
Better Homes and Garden: Beautiful Kitchens 2004. “Kitchen Promises.” pp. 78-81
Northshore. March 2004. “The Second Time Around.” pp. 48-57
Better Homes and Gardens: Remodeling Ideas for Your Home. Dec./Jan. 2004 “Going for the Flow.” pp. 54-59 and “Vintage Elegance.” pp. 74-78.
Traditional Home. April 2004. “Finding the Cottage Within.” pp. 102, 104, 106
Better Homes and Gardens: Remodeling Ideas for Your Home. June/July 2004. “Passport to
Relaxation. ”pp. 44-53
Custom Home. Jan./Feb. 2004.“ Split Personality.” pp. 66-71
Design & Architecture. Aug. 2004. “on the Drawing Boards.” p.84.
Traditional Home. Sept. 2003. “Family Style.” P.84, 86, 88, 90.
Northshore Home. October/November 2003. “Portrait of a Family” pp58-65.
Midwest Living Magazine. October 2002. 2002 Idea House. pp. 131-150.
Cohen and Hacker were commissioned to create a show house for the magazine.
Better Homes and Gardens Beautiful Interiors. May 2002. pp. 85-89. House in Lake Forest.
See New Houses section.
Better Homes and Gardens Kitchen and Bath Ideas. March/April 2002. pp. 92-98. Addition and Kitchen remodeling in Georgian House in Winnetka.
Home Magazine. December 2001/January 2002, pp. 62-69.
See House on Lake Michigan in Cohen and Hacker New Houses section.
Midwest Living Magazine. August 2002. p. 50.
Chicago Tribune Magazine. January 21, 2001. pp. 22-25.
Chicago Magazine, October 2001. Cover and p. 109.
Chicago Tribune Magazine. March 4, 2001. pp. 22-25.
Better Homes and Gardens, Decorating. Winter 2000. pp. 62-71.
House in Lake Forest.
NorthShore Magazine. March 2000. pp. 50-51.
New York Times Magazine. April 9, 2000. p. 46.
Article on “tear downs.” Stuart Cohen quoted. Project illustrated by photo.
Traditional Home. June/July 2000. pp. 90-100.
NorthShore Magazine. March 1999. pp. 62-63 and p. 75.
Chicago Home and Garden. Summer 1999. pp. 56-65.
Chicago Tribune Magazine. Home Design. September 19, 1999. pp. 57-64.
Better Homes and Gardens Building Ideas. Fall 1999. pp. 60-68.
Traditional Home, September 1999. pp. 162-169.
Chicago Tribune Magazine. October 11, 1998. pp. 26-27.
American HomeStyle and Gardening.March 1997. pp. 42-49.
Chicago Tribune Magazine. Home Design. September 22, 1996. pp. 18-21.
American Home Style & Gardening Magazine, Nov./Dec. 1995, p. 52, p. 57. Photo of Kahn remodeling fireplace, Highland Park. Photo of Sheinkop Kitchen, Chicago.
American Home Style & Gardening Magazine. Kitchen & Bath Custom Planner. Winter 1995. pp. 56-59 and pp. 104-107.
Custom Home Magazine, May/June 1995. pp. 61-63. “Flex Time” article with 5 color photo.
Chicago Tribune, September 30, 1994. “Upgrade Time,” in Your Place Section. p. 6 & 8. Article and photo.
Chicago Tribune Magazine, HOME DESIGN. April 10, 1994. p. 38. color photo and quote.
Chicago Tribune Magazine, May 15, 1994. pp. 24-25. Feature, 2 color photos and article.
Chicago Tribune Magazine, October 9, 1994 pp. 30-31. Article, 2 color photos and discussion.
Chicago Tribune Magazine, HOME DESIGN, September 30, 1990. pp. 26-27 Feature 3 color photos.
Country Living Magazine, October 1993, pp. 158-167. “15th Anniversary House.”
The house featured as a house of the year project was commissioned by Country Living magazine and designed by Cohen and Hacker for the magazine.
Decorating Remodeling Magazine, February 1993, pp. 74-77. “Turning Awkward into Cozy.”
P/O/P TIMES, January/February 1993, p. 12. The National Publication of Point-of-Purchase Advertising and Display. Article on candidate’s Display Design work for The Pella Corporation makers of Pella Wood Windows.
IS (Interior and Sources) Magazine, May/June 1992, pp. 70-73. “Integrated Architecture.” Article and color photographs on cabinetwork and interiors designed by Cohen and Hacker.
Pioneer Press Newspaper, HOME & DESIGN section, February 6, 1992. “Architect creates innovative window designs,” cover story.
Laugna Beach News, (California) April 9, 1992. “Improving on rooms with a view.”
Photo of Cohen’s corner opening casement window for Pella Windows.
Chicago Tribune, Home Section, Sunday, February 23, 1992. p. 1 and 6. “The Next Great Chicago Team: Da Chairs.” Photo of chair designed by Stuart Cohen.
Decorating Remodeling Magazine, May 1991. pp. 68-69. “Up the Wall.”
Architectural Digest: The AD 100 Architects, August 1991, pp. 68-69. Special Issue.
contains profile of the firm, portrait photo of Cohen and Hacker and of Carrigan Townhouse.
Inland Architect, May/June 1991, p. 6. “Prairie Pieces,” Prairie Window designed for Pella Window Corporation.
Architectural Record, June 1991, p. 41. “Jeffersonian,” New Products, triple hung window designed for Pella Window Corporation, by Stuart Cohen.
Remodeling Magazine, May 1991, p. 118. “Rediscover the Triple-Hung Window.”
Remodeled Homes Magazine, Fall 1991, pp. 56-59. “Creative Solutions Yield Unique House,” Highland Park Residence.
1001 Home Ideas Magazine, April 1990, p. 68. “All booked Up.” Bookcases in Stuart Cohen and Julie Hackers home.
Country Living Magazine, Nov. 1990, p. 60. “Sourcebook,” Prairie Window designed for Pella Window Company.
Home Magazine, November 1990, pp. 60-61. “Recapturing the Craftsman Era.” Herbert Kitchen, Evanston, Ill.
IS (Interiors and Sources), July/August 1990, pp. 44-49. “Grand Miniaturization.” Carrigan Townhouse, Chicago designed with Anders Nereim.
The Reader, Chicago, October 5, 1990. “Architecture: How the Other 5 Percent Lives”
Review of the “Chicago Villa” Exhibit at the Chicago Athenaeum.
Photographs and/or discussion of The Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion, Seaside, Florida, designed with Anders Nereim has appeared in the following publications:
U.S. News & World Report, April 9, 1990. p. 75. photo. “The Quest for Community.”
Progressive Architecture Magazine. April 1988. p. 30. photo. “P/A News Report.”
Architecture Minnesota, September/October 1988. p. 51. “Learning from Seaside.”
The Atlantic Monthly. March 1988. p. 41. photo. “A Good Place to Live.”
Travel & Leisure Magazine. March 1988. p. 111. photo. “By the Beautiful Seaside.”
Abitare (Italian Architecture Magazine), July/August 1989, p. 179. photo “Seaside.”
Metropolis, October 1988. “Hometown .”
Country Inns, June 1994. p. 47. “Something Old, Something New, Makes Florida’s Panhandle an Architectural Showcase.”
Three photos of Ruskin Street Pavilion.
The Ruskin Street Bathing Pavilion at Seaside Florida has appeared as a photographic background in the following advertising photography and mail order catalogues:
Crate & Barrel, Spring and Summer 1989.
Spiegel’s, January 1994.
JRT (James River Traders), Summer 1990.
Decorating Remodeling, December 1990, pp. 23-24. “Pillars of Wisdom,” Bookcases in Julie Hacker and Stuart Cohen’s home.
Architectural Digest, February 1990, pp. 108-109. Designed with Anders Nereim, “The Visual Expansion of a 19th Century Chicago Townhouse.”
DBZ (Germany), May 1990, pp. 650-654. “Wohnhaus Private Residence in Highland Park.”
Text, photos and the candidates drawings. Cohen and Hacker with Anders Nereim.
Inland Architect, March/April, 1990. pp. 46-49. “Shingle Style on the Inland Sea.”
Metropolitan Review, July/August 1990, pp. 52-53. “Glencoe House.”
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol. 8 (New York: Rizzoli, 1989), pp. 118-119.
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol. 7 (New York: Rizzoli, 1989), pp. 104-105.
Professional Builder, May 1989, pp. 116-119. “Four-Level Remodeling Yields Great Lake View.”
Chicago Tribune, Saturday, February 4, 1989. Section 3, p. 31. “North Shore Home Wins award.”
NorthShore Magazine, March 1989, pp. 46-47. “Highland Park Home Wins National Design Award.”
Pioneer Press, HOME & DESIGN, March 16, 1989. “Split-level Gets New Look: Architects Transform Lakefront House into Award-Winner.”
Chicago Tribune, Sunday Feb. 19, 1989, Sect. 13, p. 13. “Edifice Complex,” Photo of Stuart Cohen’s project for benefit auction for the Arts Club of Chicago.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, March 1988, p. 85. “New Urban Design,” Drawing and text, proposal for the 1992 Chicago World’s Fair. With Anders Nereim and Paul Janicke.
Chicago Tribune, Sunday January 17, 1988. “Chicago Deserves a Book Equal to its Buildings,” by Paul Gapp. Discussion of Stuart Cohen’s book Chicago Architects (Swallow Press) 1976.
Designer’s Journal, (London), January 1987, p. 10. Silver Display Cabinet for Alessi Tea Services designed by Stuart Cohen. Photo and text.
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol. 6 (New York: Rizzoli, 1987), pp. 60-61.
Inland Architect, July/August, 1987. “The Chicago Seven Retiring Rebels.”
Domus, (Italy), No. 683, May, 1987. “Mobili-Vetrina.” Silver Display Cabinet.
Pioneer Press, June 25, 1987. “Winning Ways With Tiny Space.”
Home Magazine, July 1986, pp. 28-31. “Modest Makeover.”
Home Magazine, August 1986, pp. 60-61. “Remodeled Retreats.”
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol. 4, (New York: Rizzoli, 1984), p. 68.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, May 1984, p. 177. “Grais Side Table.”
Home Magazine, February 1984, pp. 46-47. “Open Plan Addition to a Boring Box.”
Inland Architect, July/August, 1984, p. 20-22. “Born Again Buildings: 175 North Franklin Street,” Designed with Anders Nereim.
Forum (Holland) vol. 29, No. 2. 1984, pp. 66-69. “Kindergarten Chats-A Paper Tiger,” Kindergarten Chats project from Gray Galley exhibit.
Interiors Magazine, April 1984, pp. 106-109. “Sweet Example,” 175 North Franklin Building Chicago, adaptive reuse.
OZ, vol. 6, 1984, pp. 30-33. Journal of the School of Architecture Kansas State University.
“Project for the 1992 Chicago World’s Fair.” Text and Drawings.
Central Papers of Architecture, Central Region ACSA, 1984, pp. 118-121. “Project for the 1992 World’s Fair.”
Progressive Architecture Magazine, October 1983. pp. 92-85. “Muthesius Found,” Evanston Public Works Building designed Stuart Cohen with Sisco/Lubotsky.
Transition, (Australia) vol. 3, No. 2, Feb. 1983. “Interview: Stuart Cohen.”
Metropolitan Home Magazine, October 1983, pp. 84-85. “Backyard Romance.”
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol.3, (New York: Rizzoli, 1983), p. 49 and p. 87.
AIA Journal, February 1983, pp. 27-28. “Project for the Chicago World’s Fair.”
Skyline, (New York), January 1983, p. 11. “Notes and Comments Chicago Style. Drawing of 1992 World’s Fair.”
Inland Architect, July/August. 1982, p. 31-31. “Some reflections on what’s fair for 1992.” Mention in text and full page illustration of plan for the 1992 World’s Fair.
Space Design:SD (Japan) No. 215, August 1982, pp. 114-115. “Young American Architects.”
Interiors Magazine, January 1982, p. 83. Annual Awards Issue. “General Office Winner.”
Portion -Pac Corporate Offices. Chicago, Illinois.
The Architectural Review, (London), vol. CLXXI No.1020, Feb. 1982, pp. 62-63. “Office for a Chemical Factory Chicago.”
Casa Vogue, (Italy), July-August 1982, pp. 98-101. “Una Verand Formato Cucina.”
Domus, (Italy), March 1982, p. 25. “Casa per Miami Florida.” Designed with Anders Nereim.
Threshold, vol.1, (New York: Rizzoli, 1982), pp. 96-97. Journal of the School of Architecture of the University of Illinois Chicago. “Florida House.”
The Chicago Architectural Journal, vol. 2, (Chicago: Chicago Architectural Club, 1982), pp. 44-45.
Progressive Architecture, September 1981, pp. 216-218. “Urban Office.”
A&U: Architecture and Urbanism, No. 3, 1981, pp. 243-251. “American Architecture: After Modernism.” Selected projects.
Process Architecture, (Japan), No. 19, March 1980, pp. 122-124. “The Cook’s Spoon Store.”
Designed with Sisco/Lubotsky.
Architectural Review (London, June 1980), pp. 364, 367-368. Article on contemporary
Chicago Architecture. Photos and text, Mackenbach House and Chicago 7 Townhouse.
The Harvard Architectural Review, Vol.1, No.1, (Spring 1980), pp. 176, 243.
Article on contemporary Chicago Architecture. Photos and text. Grais House Addition.
Kahn/Berry Townhouse, Kindergarten Chats Project.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, (June 1980), p. 77. Speculative House for Brookwood Builders.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, (January 1980), p. 122. “Evanston Public Works Building,” Annual Design Awards Issue. Designed with Sisco/Lubotsky.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, (September 1979), pp. 170-171. “The Cook’s Spoon, Aurora, Il. Astir in the Shopping Mall.” Designed with Sisco/Lubotsky.
Chicago Magazine. (August 1979), p. 116. Mackenbach House. Photo and text.
Architectura (Madrid). (March-April 1979), pp. 28-29. Cook’s Spoon Store and Mackenbach House.
PROCESS: ARCHITECTURE No.7, (Spring 1979), pp. 184-187. “Modern Houses in America,”
Charles Vacation House in Shelby, Michigan.
Town and Country Magazine, (October 1979). “50 Best Residential Architect in the United States.”
Art Forum, (December 1977), pp. 44-47. “Drawing Toward Architectural Drawings,” by James Moekema. Drawings of Grais House.
A&U No. 93, 78:06, (June 1986), (Architecture and Urbanism magazine, Japan), p. 99. “Chicago 7” Townhouse photo.
Art Forum, (April 1977), pp. 72-73. Review of group show at the Richard Gray Gallery Chicago. Review of project “Kindergarten Chats.”
L’Architectura (Italy), 266, (December 1977), p. 471. “Kindergarten Chats” project.
AD:Profiles 6 (Architectural Design, London) (September 1977), p,417. “America Now: Drawing Toward a More Modern Architecture.” Drawing of Grais House.
A&U (Architecture and Urbanism, Japan). 77:05 (May 1977), pp. 114-117. Kindergarten Chats project, drawings and photographs.
Progressive Architecture, (April 1977), p. 38. “Kindergarten Chats” project for Richard Gray Gallery Show.
Inland Architect. (March 1977), p. 14. “Kindergarten Chats.”
A&U No. 73 (Architecture and Urbanism, Japan), (December 1977), pp. 86-87. Special issue, “40 under 40” (40 American Architects under 40 years of age). Photos of creative work and biography.
Progressive Architecture, (August 1976), p. 41. “The House as a Relevant Object.” Photo of Charles vacation house included in text discussion of contemporary houses.
Progressive Architecture, (November 1975), p. 20. “Good-bye five: Work by Young Architects,” review of group exhibition that included work by the candidate.
Inland Architect, (June 1975), pp. 8-10. Charles vacation house, Shelby, Michigan, Brickman vacation house, Bailey’s Harbor, Wisconsin, and Holiday Inn for Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
Chicago Daily News, October 6-7, 1973. “Yes, That’s Chi funk in Sao Paulo.”
Cohen designed the USA exhibition pavilion to the exhibit “Made in Chicago” to show.
Chicago “imagist art” at the Sao Paulo Bienal (exhibit of contemporary art). The pavilion was commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Progressive Architecture Magazine, (January 1970), pp. 98-99, Annual Awards Issue. “Low Income Public Housing for Queens, New York,” Cohen along with Alden Taylor Mann were the principal designers for project for Gruzen and Partners Architects, New York.

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