Eastlake Studio, an architecture and interior design company focused on creating places to work, play and live, recently designed 4 marketing suites located in Chicago’s Two Prudential Plaza skyscraper.
“When real estate giant Sterling Bay needed to market one of their major acquisitions to future tenants, they turned to Eastlake, knowing our familiarity with the building. Together we conceived of a “suite of suites,” four spaces, distinct in their plan, organization, and finishes, but tied by a crisp, modern palette of wood and concrete. The proto-workspaces were envisioned for the size and facility needs of different types of companies—tech, finance, and small to medium-sized start-ups. We used texture and contrast to infuse the elevator lobby with a dynamic split-personality, and brass sconces and sumptuous wallcovering to create hospitality-inspired restrooms. These common spaces complete the move-in ready floor, and their strong design direction drives a new building standard in line with Sterling Bay’s aesthetic,” says Eastlake Studio