A Chicago factory becomes a colorful home.
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The kitchen was actually built around the building’s original 6-foot-long industrial sink. Joshua, a furniture designer, likes to recycle materials from the building and he’s got plenty of room to store his collections in a first floor studio. The old maple flooring was reused as kitchen countertops and security bars were incorporated into the rails of a chair.
William van Roden has extensive collections of books, art and records, but you would never know that by the look of his...