Museum Park Towers i,ii,iii, iV
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Museum Park Tower i
An interpretative composition of classical architectural language, the building base is solidly grounded, while the unit bays represent repetitive fluted columns designed to stand tall. The tower culminates in a brilliant copper dome, heralding a landmark beacon for residents and visitors, alike.
Museum Park Tower ii
The pedestrian-scaled base provides an active streetscape, while Integrated bronze-tinted windows and regimented balconies placed within the mid-section’s formal colonnade define the core of the building. Extended cornices, Doric-proportioned columns, and horizontal belt-course are used to create the building’s bold top.
Museum Park Tower iii
Finalizing the composition of the three towers, this building design reaches tall to anchor the northeast position of the site. An expressive copper cladding top, acting like a horizontal spine to hide the building’s infrastructure, directs the eye back to the building’s taller, colonnaded banquet room at the leading east edge of the tower.
Museum Park Tower iV
Gleaming and impressive in any light, Museum Park Tower IV awes and inspires. The 37-story residential structure flaunts a reflective glass façade that looks out over the surrounding Museum Park development, Lake Michigan and the South Grant Park Museum Campus. An elegant exterior sweeps upward with elongated columns and massive windows. The curved glass clad east and west ends flank the structure and act as bookends to the taller core. Multiple balconies are laced into the structure – an invitation to appreciate the striking views of the harbor and Chicago’s breathtaking South Chicago Loop skyline.