Interior Design, July 2008

Interior Design, July 2008

 

 

Tidy wood-framed bungalows and brick three-flats line a sleepy residential street on Chicago’s North Side. Stirring things up, the new kid on the block is a house boasting a startlingly open, geometric façade constructed from traditional materials, combined in a decidedly untraditional way. Imagine a Piet Mondrian painting brought to life, with glass, brick, aluminum, and zinc replacing swaths of white, red, yellow, and blue.

- Nancy Ganiard Smith, Interior Design