INTERIOR PROJECTS - THE PARK HYATT CHICAGO

    PARK HYATT CHICAGO
    Located on Michigan Avenue’s “Magnificent Mile”, Park Hyatt Chicago occupies the first 18 floors of the Park Tower building, designed by Lucien Lagrange Architects and completed in 2000. Proximate to many of the city’s cultural attractions, the hotel is also home to an exceptional collection of modern art and an extensive collection of original black & white photography by local artists. In keeping with the clean lines and modern furniture of Park Hyatt Chicago, the Bottega Veneta suite has a sleek, elegantly minimalist design that perfectly frames the incredible views of Chicago’s lakefront through its bay windows. The palette reflects the urban edge of the city as well, combining pergamena, ash, and uniform with graphic accents in ebano, carbone and nero. Comprised of a bedroom, open living/dining room, kitchenette and two bathrooms, the suite is spacious yet uncluttered, maximizing the light and unobstructed views. Floors feature porcelain gres throughout, except for the bedroom that is covered completely with soft, New Zealand wool carpets. Bottega Veneta furniture is featured throughout, while signature elements of suede, linen and leather are used respectively for window seating, curtains and upholstery, and to provide finishing details – intrecciato linen pillows, hand carved Murano vases and cashmere throws. The outcome is a uniquely refined and deeply luxurious way to experience the city of Chicago.
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