Arthur Rubloff Building,
Northwestern’s Chicago Campus
Northwestern University’s Arthur Rubloff Building is located at the eastern edge of Northwestern’s 20-acre Chicago campus, in one of the city’s most active and desirable neighborhoods. To the east is Lake Michigan; to the west, Chicago’s premier shopping district, Michigan Avenue’s “Magnificent Mile”; to the north, the elegant Gold Coast residential neighborhood.
The Rubloff Building houses the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and is situated adjacent to the Kellogg School of Management, the state-of-the-art Northwestern Memorial Hospital campus and renowned Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.
Designed by Chicago architecture firm Griskelis Young Harrell, the conference rooms for this event feature perforated acoustic wood wall panels and an acoustic panel ceiling system providing a grand concert hall aesthetic for these “showcase” rooms.
Additional events will be held in the Thorne Lobby, showcasing floor-to-ceiling views of the Lake Michigan shoreline, especially impressive in the summer.