This office build out is located in Chicago on the fifth floor of an old loft like industrial building. The offices were for a company that buys and sells airplane parts. The entire fifth floor is approximately 10,000 square feet with the office occupying approximately 3, 300 square feet and the remainder would be used for inventory storage.
Located in the West Loop neighborhood of Chicago, this building once housed the National Biscuit Company, now known as “Nabisco”. This loft style condo unit is located on the upper floor and is a multi-level unit. One of the main features is the kitchen, which is located in one of the old ovens used for baking. The steel parts for the oven doors are still embedded into the exposed brick. The master bedroom has an opening that overlooks into the living spaces on the first floor. Reclaimed barn wood was used on an accent wall that is has become a feature in the unit and is used to display some of the Owners guitars from his collection.
The Owners of this space purchased the raw open space on the 45th floor of one of Chicago’s premier residential high rise addresses. With three large expanses of glass openings overlooking Michigan Ave to the east, we created three semi formal spaces that are then tied together with a sweeping curved wall that leads back to the kitchen and breakfast areas. Down a skewed hall there are three bedrooms and a master suite complete with his and her baths and closets.