Partner, Krueck & Sexton Architects
One of Chicago's most highly-regarded architects, Ron Krueck received his bachelor of architecture in 1970. During his career he's worked on McCormick Place landscaping, the Art Institute of Chicago's Joseph Cornell Galleries, Millennium Park's Crown Fountain, the Herman Miller showroom, the Shure Technology Center and the renovation of Mies van der Rohe's S. R. Crown Hall and 860-880 Lake Shore Drive cooperative. His firm, Krueck & Sexton Architects--which he started with fellow IIT alumnus Mark Sexton--is working on the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies building and the Chicago Children's Museum.
Krueck has taught at Harvard and currently teaches at IIT.
Krueck has earned many accolades over the years. In 1986, the Architectural League of New York named Krueck one of the "40 under 40" top architects in the United States and, in 1993, he was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame.