One of the 20th century's
quintessential style icons
through the enfilades of chicago’s dainty metropolitan
apartment created by interior designer and architect reed
Krueger, proves Madame vreeland was right.
exposing 360-degree mesmerizing views over lake
Michigan, lake shore drive and the Magnificent Mile of
north Michigan avenue, the space occupies one of the
upper floors of the palmolive Building—chicago’s iconic
landmark, and an authentic embodiment of the art deco
style that has become a symbol linking the era’s past
with the future, lined in succession between the historic
drake hotel and the modern John hancock center. as
a reflection, the space created by Krueger epitomizes a
stylistic dichotomy of the original art deco characteristic of
the palmolive Building and a sleeker contemporary design.