Chicago Board of Trade

Since its completion in the 1930's, the Chicago Board of Trade Building suffered many self-inflicted wounds that dulled the beauty of its Art Deco interiors. Working with Austin AECOM and architectural restoration experts Harboe Architects, Schuler Shook helped return the building to its Art Deco grandeur by restoring its decorative fixtures, including its signature luminous ceiling, and creating replicas of historic fixtures that were discarded during previous renovations.

Location

Chicago, IL

Architect

Austin AECOM / Harboe Architects

Recognition

  • IES International Illumination Design Award of Excellence, 2007
  • IALD Special Citation for Use of Modern Technology, 2007
  • Chicago Landmarks Preservation Excellence Award, 2007

Related Lighting Design Projects