Housed in a former corporate office building, existing spaces were repurposed using modern materials that complement the glamour and energy of the nearby Magnificent Mile.
Crafted by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the lobby area welcomes guests geometric coffered ceiling and stone floors.
Rochon appoints the central spiral staircase as the focal point, opening to a double-height atrium lounge that leads guests to a series of elegant pre-function and event spaces.
In the 287-room hotel, spacious bathrooms offer freestanding marble soaking tubs positioned by Rochon to overlook the city skyline from floor-to-ceiling windows.
The onsite Italian café Il Tavolino includes a modern and rustic design by Puccini Group, complete with distressed wood, black and white tiling, white eat-in counters, and a chalkboard mural that displays menu options.
Opening this summer on the hotel’s rooftop, the Japanese concept Noyane—another Puccini Group-designed space—will be anchored by a large central bar, a geometric mural, and a sculptural fire fixture installed at the northeast corner.