Interior Design Chicago: Video Series Follows Millennium Park Condo Project
Published: May 6th, 2013
In a previous post entitled, “Chicago Interior Design: Principled, Innovative and Bold,” I wrote that “…Chicago interior design should reflect the essential connections between form and function, structure and space, nature and humanity. At its best, it is integrated, innovative and true.” It’s time to put my words to the test.
Over the last several months, I’ve had the pleasure of working with wonderful, long-standing clients who have purchased a beautiful condominium overlooking one of the greatest architectural gems in Chicago: Millennium Park. They have graciously allowed me to film this project as it unfolds from design to completion. In this first episode, I will share with you the existing space and some preliminary ideas for interior architecture and space planning. In subsesquent episodes, you can follow me as I select some of the clients’ existing furniture to incorporate into my design, take you through an initial plan, determine its feasibility, and reveal the finished project. Not only will this give you an idea of the design process and how I work, but will also demonstrate the close connection between Chicago architecture and Chicago interior design, especially in this case.
Here’s the first segment. I’ll post the others over the next several months. I’m new to this video thing, so bear with me as I get comfy with the camera. In the meantime, take a look and let me know what you think.
Ready? Lights, camera, action!