About the Project:
This loft, located in Chicago Illinois was not originally a studio apartment. It was once a printing press known as the Donohue building. Architect, Robert Gordon, chose to leave the building standing and find new use for it. It became a project of mixed or adaptive reuse. The old work space is now a place of warmth and comfort otherwise known as “home.” This particular loft belongs to Mr. N who is a financial consultant and in the process of finishing up his MBA. He loves painting and being outside in nature. His preferred colors for the interior are neutrals and green. Within, this loft is plenty of space for all his hobbies, storage and entertainment. Antique, traditional, and modern furnishings were incorporated into this loft to provide the comforting feel of home.