Timeless in a luxury apartment within the Montgomery building in Chicago

This luxury apartment is located within the newly refurbished Montgomery building in Chicago, originally designed by the renowned architect of the World Trade Center, Minoru Yamasaki, and later refurbished by the well-known firm SOM Skidmore Owings & Merrill.

The residence showcases the cutting-edge technology and ergonomic of our patented .

The Montgomery, River North, Chicago

Thanks to the owner passion for the novelle cousine and hosting dinner parties, the designers of Valcucine Chicago | Mobili Möbel have decided to integrate our New Logica into the , strategically positioned next to the dining area.

The functionality of New Logica ensures that the space is always well ordered and organized. More silent than a floating feather: the upper lift-up doors and the lower sliding doors open and shut gently to reveal all the accessories of the back panel.

The breakfast bar, complemented by an equipped frame, provides a clear visual separation without entirely closing off the . The breakfast bar, complemented by an equipped frame, provides a clear visual separation without entirely closing off the kitchen.

“I love being able to open one door and to have everything I need in full view and reach” , says the house-owner.

Expressing a desire to infuse the kitchen with a classic and timeless ambiance, the owner aimed to introduce texture and visual interest through flamed stone, Elm wood, and a Butterfly wing pattern. While the predominant theme in the kitchen comprises Matt Pure White , they incorporated Cardoso stone countertops, a Tactile Elm back panel, and subtle White Butterfly Wing Tactile Glass on the New Logica doors to bring texture and depth to the design. In addition to the predominance in this luxury apartment of elegant Matt White glass in the kitchen, fine Cordoso natural stone tops, refined tactile Elm boiserie, and Butterfly Wing tactile glass finishes on the doors of New Logica were introduced.

The combination of colors and finishes bestowed a timeless allure upon the kitchen, adorned with special details that added interest and depth to the overall design.

“We wanted to keep the kitchen classic and timeless. While white kitchens are everywhere, we wanted to bring a bit of texture and visual interest with the flamed stone, elm wood, and Butterfly wing pattern” .

Valcucine Chicago | Mobili Möbel

Ph credits Marty Peters