Tuesday, September 6, 2011


Architect Joe Valerio completely reconstructed this building, leaving only two of the original brick walls.  Located in the Ravenswood neighborhood in Chicago's North Side, the building has floor to ceiling windows, free floating rooms, steel beams that separate the rooms, and floors that are painted 4x4 concrete squares.

The textures and earth tones used in the interior design are laid back and subtle.  ENJOY!

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Interior Design Musings said...

That first image stopped me in my tracks. Fantastic. M.

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

My favorite things? The brick wall and that amazing curtain separating the "bedroom" to the rest of the place. Wow!!!!

Lots of love to you, Teresa!


Luciane at HomeBunch.com

The enchanted home said...

LOVE brick walls....adds so much character to a space and then the fact that the ceilings are so tall makes this space really something special!

under spanish moss said...

Brick walls are one of our favorite elements. They add such character.
Angela and Renee

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