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A third floor addition to a Greystone in West Chicago extends its roof covering as an extensive deck overlooking Chicago's skyline.

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The new addition to the two-and-a-half story existing Greystone is defined by two pillars and an angled wall with a large canopy in the form of a slightly rotated roof deck.

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The four model floor plans show the material and spatial intervention to the 3 three unit Greystone.

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The beautiful façade of the Greystone is updated with a brushed metal entrance door and pitched roof shed.

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An existing living and dining room is converted into a flexible domestic gallery space for the client's private collection.

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The new addition at Level 3 is an flexible space for both living and art-viewing.

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Level 3 is defined by a central informal lounge bridging the sleeping quarters with the new addition.

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The rooftop deck holds expansive views of the city.

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On Level 1, a renovated entrance vestibule provides access to each of the two units and the duplex renovation unit.

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Level 2 holds a large central area for art display as well as a functional kitchen and a private quarters including two bedrooms and a bathroom.

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Level 3 holds the primary suite, informal lounge, and new addition for art display.

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A stair from Level 3 brings visitors up to a large roof deck.

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The roof deck reorients views towards downtown Chicago.

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