IIT Names Wiel Arets New Architecture Dean

Dean's List, Midwest
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
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Wiel Arets. (Image courtesy The Illinois Institute of Technology.)

Wiel Arets. (Courtesy Illinois Institute of Technology)

The Illinois Institute of Technology named Dutch designer Wiel Arets as the new dean of its architecture school Tuesday. Currently a professor at the Berlin University for the Arts, Arets will replace Donna Robertson.

Arets is an acclaimed architect whose firm, WAA, has studios in Amsterdam, Berlin, Maastricht, and Zürich. His current projects include Amsterdam Central Station’s IJhal, Allianz Headquarters in Zürich, and the A’ House in Tokyo.

Mies van der Rohe chaired IIT’s architecture school for 20 years starting in 1938 and designed its main campus on Chicago’s South Side.

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