Barneys Chicago

At the corner of Oak and Rush in Chicago’s fashion district, JHA designed a style emporium that stays true to the urbane Barneys New York aesthetic while honoring the Windy City’s great architectural heritage. The 91,500 square-foot, six-story outpost that opened in 2009 evokes iconic Chicago structures, like Louis Sullivan’s Carson Pirie Scott store, while implementing fresh, clean elements that reflect the Barneys sensibility. A 5-story curved glass “curtain wall” unveiling a dramatic 3-story staircase forms the building’s façade. Indiana limestone and bronze-framed windows enhance its classic design. Inside, geometric murals, sculptural staircases, and sweeping vistas reflect the luxury of Chicago, while gallery-like elements showcase the tantalizing selection of merchandise.Barneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey HutchisonBarneys Chicago Jeffrey Hutchison