In this newly built Chicago penthouse apartment, architect and interior designer Darcy Bonner and builder BGD&C were called on to enhance the custom finishes and details in the home. Working together, Bonner and BGD&C created a highly polished, refined space that fit the owner's desire for a luxury design.
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The stylish kitchen has a clean, modern look with range from La Cornue and a custom 12-foot long metal hood. The metal backsplash was also custom made with a shelf space for spices and cooking oils.
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BGD&C worked in collaboration with architect Darcy Bonner and and his furniture company, Mattaliano, to design and install the espresso bar. The space features stainless steel shelves, limestone subway tile, White Statuary stone countertops, and cerused oak cabinetry.
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The elegant bar area is made of cerused oak with bronze Armani stone countertops and seeded glass cabinetry doors. Designed by Bonner, the millwork was fabricated and finished by
BGD&C's local millworker.
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The living room features several unique custom details made by artisans all over the country. The cast glass fireplace mantel was made by Mattaliano and the mirror above was made in California and designed to coordinate. The custom metal and glass doors were fabricated in New York.
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The black built-in bookshelf in the study was designed by Bonner in the style of 1930's French furniture and the desk was made by Mattaliano to match. The owner’s electronics were specially engineered by
BGD&C to work properly in the space.
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In the bedroom, custom designed scalloped crown molding adds a sophisticated look.