“The Collages Project” consisted of two architectural interventions by Assaf Evron at Mies van der Rohe’s McCormick House at Elmhurst Art Museum in Elmhurst, IL, and at Mies’s iconic high-rises at 900-910 Lake Shore Drive in Chicago, both presented in conjunction with the Chicago Architecture Biennial. The installations are inspired by Mies’s handmade collages and connect features of architecture with ideas about immigration, including his personal experiences. Evron applies Mies’s treatment of landscape in collage onto the exterior of his actual buildings. Using commercial large-scale window wrap technology, Evron covered the windows of Mies’s buildings and used them as a platform for his own landscape photographs of mountain ranges and cave dwellings. By doing so, Evron reverses the relationship between interior and exterior, collapses the representation of architecture and the architectural object itself; and juxtaposes the so-called rationalist architecture of Mies with the natural world.