Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

  Mixed-Use   Location:  Chicago, IL  Photos:  Marty Peters  This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.  The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.  A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion.   Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.  Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.

Mixed-Use
Location: Chicago, IL
Photos: Marty Peters

This building began with the notion to redefine a residential and commercial mixed-use building, to blur the line between public and private.

The composition mixes cedar, masonry, glass and metal.  The materials are obscure and transparent, soft and hard, light and dark.  Lines on the building are horizontal and vertical.

A dramatic vertical cedar element defines the entry to the buildings first floor commercial space, and extends up the façade to engage the horizontal metal clad upper residential floors with a overlapping motion. 

Unlike typical commercial frontage, the residential takes precedence in the project as evidenced by the upper floors pushed forward while the commercial is pushed back at the street level.

Private residential terraces are located at the corners to ensure privacy and conceal noise from the busy street below.