Ross Barney Architects | McDonald’s Chicago | Midwest

The project design team at Ross Barney Architects re-designed the iconic ‘Rock n’ Roll’ McDonald’s to celebrate the company’s move from the suburbs to downtown Chicago and presented a new vision for a global brand by placing its environmental stewardship front and centre.

This LEED Platinum certified project serves as a learning lab for future projects within its typology. In addition to a CLT structure, the project deploys a host of strategies including higher efficiency kitchen equipment and HVAC systems, photovoltaic panels, Solatubes and carbon cure cement.

By creating a city oasis where people can eat, drink, and meet, it underscores an equitable experience for McDonald’s customers from all backgrounds.

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