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  • 1. PORTFOLIODESIGN - BUILD PROJECTS 2 0 0 2 - PRESENT
  • 2. The Greystone building-type is characterized by its handsome limestone façade frequently decorated with classical ornamental stone details. The GREYSTONE RESIDENCE located in the Bronzeville - Chicago neighborhood was erected in 1903. The restored limestone façade is distinguished with a gently-curved structural bay adjacent a portico with a wood beadboard ceiling. Fluted columns are finished with Corinthian capitals and egg & dart detailing is revealed in the stone cornice, wood trim and metal door hardware. The 15-lite exterior double doors with transom lead to an entry vestibule with original mosaic floor and ceiling beams. Interior 10-lite doors lead to the stairhall connecting upper apartments and owner’s apartment at first floor.Greystone Facade Column Capital & Cornice Entry Doors & Transom GREYSTONE EXTERIOR
  • 3. The 3-Flat GREYSTONE RESIDENCE, built in 1903, is situated on a 30’X125’ Chicago lot. The building is a 3- story, 4 unit dwelling totaling 7,600 gsf. The units are comprised of : 3rd Floor Apartment: – Living Room, Dining Room, 2 Baths, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Utility/Laundry Room. 2nd Floor Apartment.: Living Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, 2 Baths, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Utility/Laundry Room. 1st Floor OWNER’S APARTMENT: Entry Hall/Gallery, Living Room, Parlor, Library, Bath, Office, Master Bedroom & Dressing Room, Guest Bedroom, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility/Laundry Room. Garden Apartment: Living Room, Dining Room, 1 ½ Baths, 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Utility Room. Common Areas: Entry Vestibule/Stair Hall, Storage Room, Laundry Room and Exercise Room. Entry Entry Hall &Exterior Portico Vestibule Gallery Library Bath Office Kitchen Living Room Parlor Master Bedroom & Guest Bedroom Dining Room Dressing Room G R E Y S T O N E O W N E R ‘ S A P A R T M E N T – 1ST F L O O R P L A N
  • 4. A LIBRARY is a designated room set aside for books and reading, a place for solitude and repose. The room is essentially a book vault, the primary furniture is a built-in oak bench flanked with floating shelves. Wood paneling entirely wraps the walls, shelves define horizontal bands and lower wood molding and upper ornamental wall treatment articulate vertical bands. The ceiling is defined with an inclined mirror inset, reflecting both natural and artificial light, ornamental surface embellishment is displayed with paint, fabric and metallic wire mesh applications. The result: an exotic and provocative interior exhibiting a dense network of pattern, texture and color.Bench & Shelf Corner Detail Window & Shelf Detail Ceiling & Mirror Detail GREYSTONE OWNER‘S LIBRARY
  • 5. The BATH is comprised of three chambers, evoking the baths of ancient times, providing a sequential spatial experience for bathing rituals. The room is flooded with soft muted patterns and textures. A mosaic wainscot wraps the lower walls, a wood shelf articulates a finish horizontal band. Upper walls shimmer with metal aluminum mesh screen and painted metallic background. Wood threshold surrounds frame the chambers, rising to form wood paneled slots on the ceiling. Tile walls in the shower chamber create a cocoon effect that wraps the enclosure and bather in a state of calm. Vintage porcelain style fixtures occupy the lavatory & water closet chamber and a restored vintage claw foot tub complete the soaking chamber. The result: an unexpected spatial revelation of serene elegance and glamour reflected in a wood encased mirror inset .Wainscot Detail & Tub Surround Threshold & Mirror Detail Lavatory & Wainscot Surround GREYSTONE OWNER‘S BATH
  • 6. The KITCHEN is designed with respect to the Butlers Pantry of the past. The main wall is a visual backdrop of rich wood paneling, mirror insets with an intricate basket weave textile appliqué, mosaic tile backsplash and a restored vintage sink as the focal point. Floating wood shelves are mounted above the countertop. Wood wainscoting layered with intricate basket weave textile appliqué and ceramic tile base wraps the surrounding lower walls. Upper walls are finished with a matte decorative paint texture and the ceiling a high gloss paint finish reflecting the light and mirror insets. An exquisitely detailed and thoughtful new kitchen designed with respect for the past.Shelf & Mirror Inset Beyond Sink Surround & Shelves Wainscot & Mirror Inset Detail GREYSTONE OWNER‘S KITCHEN
  • 7. The PARK MANOR RESIDENCE building is characterized by its handsome distinctive colored masonry façade decorated with classical ornamental details. The Park Manor Residence, located in the Park Manor – Chicago neighborhood, was erected in 1904. The face brick façade is distinguished with stone lintels and sills, the front octagonal structural bay is finished with a dentil ornamented cornice. The entryway is defined by a projected porch with an overhanging metal roof with bead board ceiling and ornamental wood moldings. The entrance is framed with wood panel insets and a center fluted Corinthian column surrounding a lead art glass side-lite, and wood entry door with glass transom above. The entry vestibule beyond reveals an original mosaic floor and paneled doors with transoms trimmed in egg & dart ornamental wood trim.Porch & Cornice Corner Detail Masonry Façade & Porch Entry Door Detail PARK MANOR EXTERIOR FACADE
  • 8. The PARK MANOR RESIDENCE is a masonry 2-Flat, built in 1904 and situated on a 25’X125’ Chicago lot. The building is a 2-story, 3 unit dwelling totaling 3,300 gsf. The units are comprised of : 2nd Floor Apartment: Living Room, Dining Room, Bath, 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Enclosed Rear Porch. 1st Floor Apartment.: Living Room, Cloak Alcove, Dining Room, Parlor, Bath, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Enclosed Rear Porch. Garden Apartment: Living Room, Dining Room, Bath, 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen. Common Areas: Entry Vestibule. Entry Living Bedroom Bedroom Vestibule Room Parlor 1 Hall 2Exterior Porch Entry Stair Cloak Dining Bath Kitchen Alcove Room P A R K M A N O R A P A R T M E N T – 1ST F L O O R P L A N
  • 9. The LIVING ROOM is defined by several architectural features. The octagonal bay windows extend the interior with views of the exterior porch and landscape garden beyond. The fireplace with its original decorative tile hearth and surround reflect the space and light in the decorative mantel mirror. A large wood panel pocket door leads to the Parlor and a small hall leads to a Cloak Alcove with built- in bench and stained art glass window. The vibrant color palette is derived from the fireplace decorative tiles and stained art glass window. Wood trim is defined with egg & dart ornamentation and hardwood floors extend throughout the space.Entry Door & Vestibule Beyond Bay Window & Fireplace Pocket Door & Cloak Alcove P A R K M A N O R L I V I N G R O O M - 1ST F L O O R
  • 10. The DINING ROOM is the center axis of the apartment. The room is flooded with light from a three- bay window. A direct view of the dining room and beyond is experienced at the entrance. The view is framed at the Cloak Alcove and upon entering the Dining Room, space expands with natural light. A cross view through a large wood panel pocket door leads to the Parlor and a small hall leads to kitchen, bath and bedroom beyond. The vibrant color palette continues a collage wall pattern from the Living Room and Parlor with alternating accent walls. Wood trim is defined with egg & dart ornamentation and hardwood floors extend throughout the space.View from Cloak Alcove View of Hall Beyond View from Parlor P A R K M A N O R D I N I N G R O O M - 1ST F L O O R
  • 11. The PARLOR is the hidden secret room of the apartment. The room is concealed behind two large wood panel pocket doors. The Living Room door and Dining Room door open to reveal the Parlor. Light envelops the room from an exterior side-door and transom which open onto the exterior porch extending the interior with garden views beyond. An adjacent window provides additional light. Double wood panel doors conceal an original built-in metal Murphy-bed frame, which folds-out into the room. The room has the best views of the interior main rooms, while providing a grand private refuge. The vibrant color palette continues a collage pattern from the Living Room and Dining Room with a cove ceiling detail. Wood trim is defined with egg & dart ornamentation and hardwood floors extend throughout the space.Dining Room Pocket Door Exterior Side Door Living Room Pocket Door P A R K M A N O R P A R L O R - 1ST F L O O R