Open House, the annual, city-wide festival organized by the Chicago Architecture Foundation, offers design and architecture fans a virtual key to the city every fall, granting the rare opportunity to enter and explore inaccessible spaces and under-appreciated gems. It's become a yearly holiday for Curbed staff, so when we saw CAF was gearing up and securing sites for this year, we got pretty excited. We're probably a little late to the game, but here are some of our suggestions for Open House sites this fall, sourced from friends and fellow writers. Some of these places would be impossible to visit, especially considering privacy and security issues, but as long as we're making a wish list, we'll think big.
·Previous Open House coverage [Curbed Chicago]