Third collaboration in the luxury hospitality sector in Chicago for Bross, chosen by Stantec Architecture for the interior design of the hotel, part of the international Tribute Portfolio chain.
If you look out of the windows of the upper floors you can see the Wrigley Field baseball field, founded in 1914 by the architect Zachary Taylor Davis and celebrated for over a hundred years as a real institution for the city of Chicago.
Hotel Zachary, whose name is a tribute to the great designer of the early twentieth century, has its roots in the history of the capital of Illinois and welcomes its customers in a retro atmosphere.
Exposed bricks, boiserie and wooden floors, technical ceiling systems, old wooden and leather suitcases and furniture for archiving metal documents, Chester sofas and lamps that recall street lamps are some of the elements of interior design, designed by Stantec Architecture with the collaboration of Studio K Creative. Crossing the threshold of the large structure – a seven-storey building with 173 rooms and 20 suites – it seems to travel back in time: the hall, the common spaces and the guest rooms allow you to relive the moments of the great Chicago School and its innovative scope which inspired, shortly after, the birth of the Modern Movement in architecture.
With dark stained beech structure and visible stitching, Ned armchair by Bross confirms the aesthetic figure chosen by Stantec Architecture: the seat designed by Emilio Nanni, covered in gray leather, furnishes the large suites and emphasizes the elegant sports club atmosphere that reigns in the four-star complex. The finish that characterizes its legs returns to the tables, sideboards, the frame of the beds and prints, and creates a refined contrast with the walls, in petrol and beige tones.
After the collaboration for the Marriott Marquis Chicago and Stratford on the Park, Bross once again brings its sartorial furniture to the luxury hospitality of the great American metropolis, with the ability to customize the product and highlight the value of details.