LANDMARK BUILDING WITH HISTORY

Fresh Take on a Classical and Deco Blend 

 

The Ritz Carlton Residences, located in heart of Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, have deep historical roots in the city. For the buildings original design, back in 1920s, architect Philip B. Maher looked to French-inspired classical and art deco influences. Responsible for directing all phases of interior architecture and product selection, Natalia proposed to infuse the design with a youthful, up-to-date point-of-view. To create kitchens that would bridge traditional and contemporary esthetics Zurowska consulted with internationally recognized kitchen designer Mick De Giulio. Kitchens that offer streamlined functionality with an easy modern appeal were born, delivering a quiet background suited for any potential home decorating style.

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