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Multi-level townhouse in Chicago showcases urban-chic interiors

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This contemporary multi-level townhouse was designed by Morgante Wilson Architects, located on a busy street corner in Chicago, Illinois. The townhouse transitions from ground-floor utility-oriented living spaces to more intimate living areas. The levels can be accessed either by elevator or sculptural staircase. Curved glass and storage-secreting, sliding, walnut-paneled walls are just two of this home’s architecturally arresting features; luxe finishes throughout complement a stunning collection of art.

Above: The custom fireplace surround features sliding doors that conceal storage behind. Leather chairs flanking the fireplace offer a cozy place to sit.

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Above: The open sculptural staircase entry overlooks the neighborhood, which transitions from the ground level utility space to the more intimate living spaces.

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What We Love: This multi-level townhouse offers luxuriously appointed furnishings and materials that makes this home ultra-swanky. We are just loving the master bathroom soaking tub and the outdoor patio that provides sweeping views over the Chicago cityscape. The industrial feeling of the kitchen is also a beautiful touch, especially the rolling library ladder. The home offices are also pretty fantastic, which can make working from home very enjoyable!… Readers, what touches in this home do think are stand-out features? Please explain in the Comments!

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Above: Large stone slabs were used for the kitchen backsplash. The custom islands incorporate metal legs which relate to the windows and light fixtures.

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Above: The architects designed secret storage with sliding walnut paneled walls.

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Above: The home office features custom cerused oak cabinets. The walls are a combination of wallpaper and paint, while the pendant lights were sourced from George Nelson.

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Above: This home office features custom millwork, providing maximum storage. The same materials are used on the desk.

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Above: The wall panel in the master bathroom was designed by the architects and fabricated through a private company.

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Above: This custom designed steam shower is located in the center of the master bathroom. A custom partition conceals the toilet for privacy.

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Above: For the wine room, a white-painted brick in a herringbone pattern was installed on the ceiling.

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Above: Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp Landscape Architecture was responsible for the design of the outdoor planters on the deck.

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Photos: Werner Straube Photography

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