Lamborghini Gold Coast Showroom by DMAC Architecture, Chicago

September 1st, 2012 by retail design blog

The Lamborghini Gold Coast Showroom is located in the heart of the famous Gold Coast – one of the most exclusive shopping and fine dining areas in Chicago on Chicago’s historic Rush Street. Dwayne MacEwen the design principal at DMAC Architecture PC envisioned the space to compliment the beautiful precision automobiles it houses.

The design is minimal and wonderfully detailed. It takes it’s cues from modern museums and respects the line of the automobiles. DMAC Architecture PC has crafted many high end commercial projects and Lamborghini Gold Coast further enforces the firms dedication to detailing, craft and fabrication.

Team:
Dwayne MacEwen [Principal Architect]
Greg Denisiuk [Project Architect]







http://www.dmacarch.com

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One thought on “Lamborghini Gold Coast Showroom by DMAC Architecture, Chicago

  1. Pim says:

    Boring!!
    Maybe not, but as far I can see, badly detailed.
    For example that showdesk, the ventilation rack or the bar stools… come on!
    In total very disappointing, to easy – to cheap for lamborghini!!

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