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The Kimpton Gray rooms are inspired by conservatory houses.
The 18-story, 50-unit project is open for business.
Crate & Barrel’s Gordon Segal helped design of the giant Reserve Roastery
The company will occupy all 45,000 square feet of the new development slated for 1100 W. Fulton Market.
The psychedelic interior was salvaged from Chicago’s landmark Johnson Publishing Building.
The women-focused space opens April 11 in Fulton Market
The 492-unit skyscraper welcomed its first residents late last month.
The Museum of Science and Industry exhibit marks the 50th anniversary of humankind’s first trip around the moon.
Here’s a first peek at the 893-foot South Loop skyscraper’s interiors.
The facility encourages the public to explore its collection of more than 4,000 pieces of Chinese art, furniture, and antiques.
The 45-story rental tower known as 727 West Madison is expected to open later this year.
The original exterior of the Mies van der Rohe-designed home was hidden for 20 years
SOM designed Optimo’s new South Side headquarters
The exhibit at Driehaus Museum is open until August 12
The Art Deco-esque makeover was designed to embrace the building’s inherent "Chicago-ness."
The 66th and 67th-floor private club is getting a complete makeover.
Behind its steely facade, the 30-story rental tower is a colorful place to live, play, and work.
Dubbed ‘Between,’ the free amenity space will be available for both hotel guests and members of the public.
This earthy condo is filled with custom stone and mahogany finishes.
Interior architect Kara Mann will provide finishes for the project’s 323 condominiums as well design the skyscraper’s amenity space.
Here’s an early look at the ground floor renovations coming to the Loop’s 1985 Michigan Plaza.
As the new 54-story waterfront tower at 150 N. Riverside puts the finishing touches on its landscaped plaza and riverwalk, the new building has also plugged-in an impressive 3,000-square-foot piece of lobby art.
The 5,000-square-foot home was renovated by the Nate Berkus design director over the last two years.
The couple's decor is clean and consistent, making statements with art, objects, and furniture in their 112-year-old home.
Fresh from celebrating its 100 year anniversary, The Arts Club of Chicago has taken the wraps off a new meeting room and private bar inside the modernist John Vinci-designed building that has served as the club’s home since 1997.
The planned art installation will be flanked by impressive 100-foot soaring glass wall and an up-close look at 150 N. Riverside’s uniquely tapering core-supported base.
Cool colors and unique pieces complement the original plaster molding and spacious layout and several chandeliers give the apartment the glamorous feel this homeowner sought to create.
What's in a name? If the names happen to be Nate Berkus and Anne Coyle, well then it's a lot. A co-op on Fullerton Parkway in Lincoln Park that had been completely overhauled by the two sold for a tall sum.
Looking for something a little funky? This early-80s time capsule on Lake Shore Drive will certainly fit the bill.