Minimalism is a key element in the design of this urban home where bright and bold colors seem almost non-existent. There is a monochromatic white backdrop and it feels like a beautiful empty canvas where life and the specific interest of the homeowner take center stage.
Still as popular as they were a few decades back Marina City sports a couple of 65-story 587-foot-tall buildings apart from other structures. Apart from the many amazing apartment spaces above and commercial complexes that offer views of Chicago River the lower half of the buildings can hold 896 cars in its parking lots.
Let’s talk signage. Have you ever been searching for a garage sale only to get lost along the way? And then get so frustrated that you turn the car around and head to another sale–one that guides you there with clearly labeled signs?
Each trapezium-shaped floor has flowing runways that allow you to move up and down easily while ample daylight and a refined interior clad in metal give this space an airy and fresh look. This is one parking lot that actually lifts your mood with its design!
With the garage cleaned out there was now floor space. We bought an extra shelf from the container store and filled it with boxes that were once obstructing a clear path across the garage.
The beautiful metal mesh also plays with sunlight and reflects various hues in different times of the day. Color-coded levels and elegant aesthetics on the inside ensure you have a nice time and never get lost inside this modern behemoth.