Characterized as a modern interpretation of a loft, 321 South Sangamon balances the spatial and material aesthetics of industrial architecture with the requirements of contemporary multi-residential design. Tall ceilings within an exposed reinforced concrete structure create an open, flexible space free from visual distractions. As in traditional loft construction, exterior glazing is maximized. Floor-to-ceiling window wall systems with integrated full height bi-parting doors shift the focus to the exterior. Translucent glazing in the bedrooms provides privacy and accentuates natural light.
116,200 square feet
C.E. Anderson & Associates, Structural
Jeff Miles, Hedrich Blessing