This 4,000 SF apartment, located in a Chicago skyscraper originally completed in 1972 to the design of Minoru Yamasaki, features column-free curtain walls for uninterrupted views of the city.
In this renovation, VHA created a refined setting for the owner's contemporary art collection that gracefully supports the activities of daily life.
A limited material palette of Roman Travertine and plaster unifies the spaces. Floor-to-ceiling pocket doors of frosted glass separate back-of-the-house spaces. Custom millwork, including doors, jambs, cabinets and closets complete the design.
General Contractor: Linn-Mathes
M/E/P Engineer: Advance Consulting Group
Lighting: Randy Burkett Lighting Design, Inc.
Photographer: Eric Hausman